maintenance (Former Employee) – Chilcompton, Somerset – 17 June 2018
if your ever offered a job at Mulberry think twice, management are the worsed i have ever worked with they are so full of themselves they give no support to staff and show no compassion when you have a problem. i gave a 100% every day i worked for them and ended up being treated so badly by them , i was signed off work for depression. thankly i have found another job where staff are treated well , and i can forget about the job that ment so much to me but was destroyed by awful management.
Craftsperson (Former Employee) – Bridgwater, Somerset – 13 June 2018
Such a nice place to work. Can be hard and challenging but aren’t most jobs. Every workplace has its flaws. Can’t find anything negative to say about mukberrry. Half day Friday and every weekend off so I don’t actually mind the minimum wage. Always a chance of a bonus being earned too. Free food and coffee. Some great colleagues and management always praise you on a job done well. 👍
Rummage sales, free food and coffee. Brilliant hours.
Sales Advisor for a luxury British brand (Former Employee) – Cheltenham, Gloucestershire – 24 May 2018
Training is a key aspect, this is fun and allows you to meet further colleagues based in different stores and with different job roles. Staff are always friendly and approachable and the company is very understanding.
Craftperson (Current Employee) – Somerset – 5 January 2018
Doing the same job all the time. Very repetative and tedious. Management don't care about staff or the product. Feedback only when there is an issue with work, never when a good job has been done. Nasty supervisors. Pay is not enough for the job. Very loud place to work also.
Sales Assistant (Part-time) (Former Employee) – London – 7 September 2017
Everyone at the place was very friendly and happy to help out. I learned what types of bags that Mulberry was selling and where everything went. The hardest part of the job was when it got very busy and it was hard to get around the place and try to serve a lot of people at once. The most enjoyable part of the job was greeting the customers and serving them with the items that they liked.
Craftsperson (Current Employee) – Chilcompton, Somerset – 17 August 2017
Work and life balance is good because of the convient hours. Most of the people are okay And work isnt too hard once you've got your head around it.Managment is handled that suffiently and pay is not that great. There is some room for progression but not much.
The few months I spent here was better than expected. The staff have a laugh and socialise as well as get work done. A very chilled environment despite the workload, I barely noticed how much I done working there. Good place to be working.
crafts person (Former Employee) – Bridgwater, Somerset – 20 March 2017
A fantastic company to work for Extremely supportive of home situation Fast environment Working to targets Can become repetitive The colleagues made the job Gained some amazing life skills Fantastic discounts Amazing parties
There were a couple of downsides but who doesn't have flaws No music or radio and no talking Everything is timed to the minute
retail (Former Employee) – London, Greater London – 16 March 2017
I have never worked for such a volatile company, All they do is cater for the higher up employees and wish to have the retail staff working as slaves and hiring terrible people for management roles with no qualifications.
Production Operative (Current Employee) – Chilcompton, Somerset – 21 February 2017
I joined Mulberry with no skills at all, and within 6 weeks was a trained stitching, making high quality bags on one of the production lines. It's great to be part of such a well established, famous company in the middle of a small town in Somerset.