Daily you would learn how to interact with customers, finding out their preferences ad what they want as well as helping them choose their clothes by suggesting things. you also put sale tags on the clothes, size boxes on the hangers, and you can help on the till.
Work Experience (Former Employee) – Luton – 21 January 2019
Every single day would feel refreshing, meeting new people and presenting products.Work experience made me more mature and responsible. I learned to communicate with the public better and collaborated with members of the team. The most enjoyable part of the job was just working hard to make the store a better experience for all of our customers.
This store was amazing to work on I loved working there the customers there were also really nice my colleagues were always very supportive they were also really nice people I had a lot of fun working there and I wouldn’t mind working there again
Overall, the entire experience of working at Blue Inc. was acceptable, the working hours, staff and customers that I had to interact with on a day to day basis was positive, and I, fortunately, did not come across any issues from that one week I worked there (7th July 2014 - 11th July 2014).
Sales Assistant (Former Employee) – Luton – 28 August 2016
Whilst i worked in blue inc i found my time their rather enjoyable as it was Christmas season and everybody was happy and nice to be around. The job itself was very cultured which had people of different ages and cultures all happily working together, it was a great experience to have.
Delivery driver (Current Employee) – Luton, ENG – 22 August 2015
I dont want to be negative but this is a horrible company to work for. Low payments, very bad relations, ...If you will have some problems the company will never ever help you. If you broke something you will pay for that.
Customer Servic (Former Employee) – luton – 11 November 2014
I loved working there. It was a fun and interesting experience, the day to day work was easy but can be challenging at times and I liked that because it allows me to get better at what I already know so i can handle situations differently.
I learned how to stock clothing, deliveries, inquires, attending customers and answering phones. I also learned the basics of merchandising.
The managers are really nice, there understanding and in general cool people, I no longer work there now but i still talk to them and go and get ice cream with them.
My co-workers made work fun and it helped build trust. in retail things can be slow or really fast and being able to rely on them helped a lot especially when dealing with difficult customers. i still talk to some of them still.
The hardest part of the job i would say is probably the easiest part, dealing with customers. you never know what kind of person you will meet and some people have higher expectations then others or they may have different needs etc..
The most enjoyable part of the job would be locking up and counting how much the store made, to me that's the hard work i and my co workers put to help make, and i also enjoyed dressing manikins.