Sales Assistant (Current Employee) – Havant – 14 October 2018
The moment you join the team you are part of a project that you understand is just as much movement based as it is business. You find yourself having to prove yourself constantly to the team, but that has its benefits as it does negatives.
A typical day at work is measuring children’s feet and to find them the right shoes. I learned how to work in a busy environment. The worst part of the job is the hours you get given it’s either between 8-12 hours a week.
Cashier/Sales Assistant (Former Employee) – birmingham fort – 7 October 2018
Blatant favouritism, name calling from the management eg. minions, terrible organisation. A typical day at work meant I was the only cashier and had to serve almost everyone, it was only when customers started complaining someone would come to help. All the management would do is go outside smoke, smoke, smoke then when they came back and nothing was done properly they would take all there anger out on all of the workers. Honestly, it's really not worth working here.
Sales Assistant (Former Employee) – Meadowhall, South Yorkshire – 3 October 2018
Working for Clarks was one of the best jobs I could ever wish for, the management at my local store were very professional but had a fun side to them which made working there pleasant. The staff have extremely similar personalities excluding the age differences. The pay is great for students and the hours can be based around your education which I found really good when I was at college.
Good Pay, Flexible Hours, Friendly Staff, Rewards and prizes to win
Sales Assistant (Former Employee) – Exeter – 1 October 2018
Working at Clarks was fun and rewarding as I learnt a lot of new skills in the role I was in and also made a lot of friends which made it a very enjoyable place to work. The workplace culture was good for the most part, however I did experience some sexism and rudeness from male members of staff, particularly management.
Sales Assistant (Former Employee) – London – 30 September 2018
The atmosphere the management created was so welcoming. It felt like home already from the first day. They taught me all the basics of what it is to be a sales assistant. And it helped me progress in securing another great job afterwards.
Good pay, straightforward job but terrible hours & management
Sales Assistant/Fitter/Measurer (Former Employee) – Cheshire – 27 September 2018
I was employed at a Clarks Outlet earlier this year and was trained as a kids fitter and measurer. The pay is decent and is the same for everyone regardless of age which I appreciate. A typical day included fitting shoes, measuring feet and generally keeping the kids area clean and tidy. The majority of the people there were absolutely lovely and I learned to how to multitask as well as improving my customer service skills. However, the hours weren't great, I was only doing 4 hours a week which was a lot less than I'd hoped for. Management was terrible and the managers and team leaders were mostly nasty, unprofessional and rude. The worst part was the managers who especially targeted the younger workers.
Team Leader (Current Employee) – Norwich – 24 September 2018
Like all jobs, being a team leader comes with it's challenges. You have to be strong minded and sale driven, but also focused at the job at hand. I would recommend this job to anyone looking for a challenge
Customer Assistant (Current Employee) – Yorkshire – 24 September 2018
I love the team I work with, the managers are nice. stress from head office makes it not a nice place to work, the money is not great. I want to be contracted to more hours however they will not give me them as want more staff members.
I am a trained kids fitter, so a typical day involved being concentrated in the kids department and assisting parents and their children- such as measuring childrens feet, checking the fit of shoes and advising parents on what style is most suitable/provides the best fit. The management and fellow coworkers are all friendly, making working there even more enjoyable. The hardest part of the job was the back to school period, our peak period which got very busy at times.
Sales Assistant (Former Employee) – Stratford, Greater London – 16 September 2018
we went and start of by making sure the shop floor is Clean and presentable for the customers. I learnt to know the product and the company and how to deal with different parents and how to manage my time. the hardest part of the job is leaving because we would have to ensure the shop floor is neat and our manager is strict and she looks at very little things and ensures its done.