Team Member (Former Employee) – Liverpool – 29 April 2018
The management in Pandora was poor, not very organised and used to get annoyed at staff because they couldn’t do their job properly. Most temporary members would have to cover permanent members shifts as management were to lazy book other people in themselves.
Sales Assistant (Current Employee) – Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire – 15 May 2017
amazing company to work for, lots of pros to the job. need to be motivated to learn a lot such as the history, cuts of stones, materials, designs of products amd the high quality service pandora provide.
very fun! loved working but had to leave due to university workload and studying. lots of incentives and bonuses. enjoyable. very good pay + commission. not many hours given. lots of training. you need to remember and know your stuff - you will get tested and mystery shoppers come all the time
*Can be very boring and monotonous *Typical day doesn't vary very much *Rude customers, especially due to varied store policies as we are franchised *Fun colleagues *No room for progression within a job like this
A typical day working here can be slow not everyone wants to buy jewellery. But in the holidays it can come very busy and stressful. But with the right attitude you can manage through the busy time. There is always something to do from cleaning to sorting out the jewellery in the displays.
very professional and productive place to work in.
Sales Assistant (Former Employee) – Uxbridge, Greater London – 20 April 2017
Working in Pandora was really good experience its a very productive, and professional company to work for. I have learnt detail knowledge about their jewellery such as (stone setting,designs and patterns etc.) It was a good management to work with. The best part of the job was when they make your job fun by organising little competitions and quizzes at work place and you are left with detailed knowledge about the products at the end.
Supervisor (Current Employee) – Lincolnshire – 3 April 2017
If you enjoy working with jewellery this is an ideal company to work for. depending on the franchise owner benefits can vary. Usually an all girls environment and mostly young staff can be hard at times but keeping busy is pretty easy. overall an enjoyable career.
Sales Advisor (Current Employee) – Warwickshire – 27 March 2017
Working at Pandora there is always something to do, wether it be serving a customer, preparing for a busy day or cleaning. Management are fantastic and helpful. Customers are mostly friendly and each day is enjoyable.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – London, Greater London – 23 March 2017
Working for a prestigious jewellery brand is an experience anyone with an eye for detail would make the most of. Learning about the history's behind the jewellery becoming an expert in my field then excelling to supervisor.
Sales Assistant (Former Employee) – Halifax, West Yorkshire – 2 March 2017
I become much more confident around others, i had many responsibilities such as keeping the customers happy. The hardest part of the job was most definitely keeping the difficult customers constantly happy. I enjoyed conversing with others. I got on with all the other workers well despite the variety of age as they were all very friendly.
full time sales assistant, Christmas temp work (Current Employee) – Bluewater, Kent – 1 March 2017
training was great especially joining at Christmas, all staff as lovley very helpful .i have learnt that there is a lot more to it than just a charm, like the materials of the products how to sell and up sell. hardest part is when customers come to complain about the product
Sales Advisor and Visual Merchandiser (Current Employee) – Bolton, Greater Manchester – 24 February 2017
Working here was fun to start off with but management quickly declined when an 18 year old assistant manager was taken on. A typical day at work is relatively quiet with too many people on the shop floor all battling for sales and customers. Despite this, as a team we all work well together.
Fun workplace but expected to work extra shifts during busy periods
Sales Assistant (Former Employee) – Edinburgh Gyle Centre – 20 February 2017
I loved working at Pandora during the christmas period, but I am currently at school and I had a few exams which I couldn't study for as I was asked to work a lot of extra shifts. Pandora is very busy at christmas time whereas after this period, it is very quiet and you are standing about for hours without serving any customers. Management team were amazing and could easily talk to them if i had any problems or queries. I learned a lot working there such as high quality customer service. The co-workers were lovely, all very nice and easily spoken to. Overall, a good place to work
Management team were amazing, bust during seasonal periods
I absolutely loved working at pandora the environment was fab and made friends that I would love to stay in touch with I really hoped that I would of stayed on as a full times sales assistant as I loved the job so much