Spa Therapist (Former Employee) – Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear – 10 July 2018
You are expected to be educated and skilled up to a level 3 but still payed minimum wage lovely products but do not give you and time for room changeovers and management (higher) are unhelpful and down right rude!!!
Skin care specialist (Former Employee) – Hampshire – 26 March 2018
Based on my location, management was very regimental and not supportive. When suggesting ideas for events or to be more proactive it was “ already tried that, doesn’t work” so no moving forward with the times. Ideas that was used on clients to enhance sales was fed back to regional but not advised skin care specialist idea.
Allocation was a benefit
Stood around not being proactive, hours of Debenhams .
Skincare Specialist (Former Employee) – Debenhams Manchester – 10 January 2018
Clarins training is really good, the team at head office are really good, the store I worked in was terrible,management are lazy and too much gossiping goes on, the floor manager thinks she is superior to everyone and talks to staff and customers like u are dirt on her shoe
Spa Therapist (Former Employee) – Midlands – 14 November 2017
I feel quite sad as used to work for company down south and had nothing butt good words to say about company. Unfortunately since moving to Midlands i got a job as a Spa Therapist and felt so let down by management, very unsupported, uncaring, i wouldn't recommend working for them up here. You work very hard but don't get appreciated.
Skin care specialist (Former Employee) – Leamington Spa, Warwickshire – 5 September 2017
Very poor management and lack of support from management, store was nice but people loved to gossip which made for a very uncomfortable place to work. Salary wasn't great and targets are sometimes unrealistic to say the least
Spa Therapist (Current Employee) – London, Greater London – 19 August 2017
Have flourished and grown so much in my confidence. Senior management need to be more motivating as can show a lack of empathy and understanding. They have a tendency to treat therapists as numbers not people. The training is fantastic!
Skincare Specialist (Current Employee) – London, Greater London – 17 August 2017
A great opportunity for you to meet new people and to have constant inreraction with your clients. Prodiving a well trained skincare analysis to your custumers you leave them feeling satisified and guaranteed to return.
Account Manager (Former Employee) – Oxford Street, Greater London – 24 July 2017
stock management weekly sales targets daily weekly monthly and yearly assisting customers with recommendations and product knowledge practical applications of beauty therapy based knowledge personal appearance regular training updates following the rules for concessions within a department store environment
a lot of sales pressure nice products not much room for development, allocation of products was nice however got more stingy with benefits as time went on, salary was low but got a slightly better commission rate than some other brand and a lot worse than others