Sales Advisor (Former Employee) – Durham – 7 April 2018
If you don't mind working long hours in a very sales orientated job, then this is the place to go. A very sales orientated environment. A company that pays well and rewards well for achieving targets. Plenty of areas to progress in too..
Customer Service Supervisor (Former Employee) – Saltash, Cornwall – 3 January 2018
Overworked did several jobs out of my wage bracket never had support goventarvets that aren’t achievable manamgent is hired by the fact of an area managers mess ups. General and branch managers getting where they are by having something on their Rsm caused me to have major anxiety attacks still suffering. Wouldn’t give this company or recommend this company to anybody. Eur Car Parts are a disgrace.
Customer Advisor (Former Employee) – Woodford – 3 January 2018
Top Salesman in the region, always exceeding sales targets by double. Kept the showroom clean and maintained neat, orderly product displays. Built customer confidence by listening to their concerns and providing appropriate feedback. Communicated
Picker/Packer (Former Employee) – Tamworth – 3 January 2018
fast paced picking and packing great company for any hardworking individual who wants to work hard and get there job done some of the picks are heavy machinery and the staff are great aslong as your working hard
driver (Former Employee) – launceston – 3 January 2018
a very clicky place to work if your new, lots a backstabbing from other members of staff with a blame culture that is through the roof. Management/office staff only care about one thing - Targets !!!! Dont expect to get your 40min lunch break,as there is never enough vans/drivers and your also expected to wash your van during this time. Although management would never admit to expecting you to do so. Overtime is unpaid and expect to give up a few hours a week of your own time, also there is no sick pay !!! Asking for a day off/holiday entitlement is a joke and your requests just get ignored. I wouldnt set foot in that place if you paid me double
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Long hours, minimum wage, blame culture, no overtime/sick pay
Sales Assistant (Former Employee) – Bangor – 2 January 2018
The discount is only the good thing you get while working here. They expect you to work 10 hours a day with no brake, not being paid properly and just expect you to shut up about it. Awful place to work
People are a joke everyone thinks they know it all a lot of back stabbing very two faced love to talk about you behind your back and make out there your best friend to your face never work with them again STAY AWAY
Warehouse Operative (Former Employee) – Romford, Greater London – 21 December 2017
10 hours working with only 40 minutes break 6 days a week on minimum wage. Nice people, countless job roles. The days go quick because there's so much to do and there are parts of the job that where you will enjoy.
Long hours Little pay No chance of a pay rise unless minimum wage goes up. Lots of dodgy going ons ie stock leaving the branch without invoices. Management that can't manage at all Very immature working environment Management pick who they like the best and brown noses them. Health and safety hazards everywhere ie racking not secured down fire exits always blocked. The whole staff needs to be sacked and the company needs to start again. The poor workers get treated better than the hard workers Don't work here if you are a good honest worker.
I worked on the pick. I did not learn anything here. The management were terrible. The workplace culture was unfriendly. Getting on with the management was difficult. The best part of the job was nothing.
Awful management with zero skills. Racist and homophobic behaviour of employees never looked in to. Managers are just as bad and promotions are only given to who they get on with. If you're racist, homophobic, sexist, and prefer to not have breaks during your work day go ahead and apply!
Telesales Advisor (Former Employee) – Bolton, Greater Manchester – 15 November 2017
Very hectic day trying to cope with approximately 1300 incoming calls and delivering outstanding services as well as trying to make 30-50 outgoing calls each with a team that ranged from 4 to 10 telesales staff. Internal politics took their toll