My time spent here was a mixture of emotions, the company as a whole are good to work for i.e. training and product information however I feel I was not in the right store to display my potential. Pandora are very good at keeping the brand to a high standard and keeping consistency in all areas of the company. They are very big on their staff being well educated on the product, right down to the fine detail. You never found yourself stuck every question you were able to answer, things like the materials, where it came from, how many stones were used and so on. This for me was very interesting, I was always learning and developing my knowledge.
We were expected to conduct ourselves in a manor which reflected the brand, again I feel that this was the correct way to be. All staff were expected to look a certain way, act a certain way and sell to the customer a certain way.
The company are world wide and I took great pleasure knowing I played a part in that. I feel that is was more the store not the company that made me leave. Pandora on the whole are a good company to work for and I feel I gained a lot of knowledge that I can take away with me.
Jewellery and the history of how it was made.
The store I was in was very clicky.