Sales Assistant (Current Employee) – London, Greater London – 20 September 2018
I assist the fellow staff members in maintaining a high standard of display and presentation throughout the store. I also operate on the tills and in the fitting rooms to ensure that the customers have a top-quality retail experience.
Sales Assistant (Former Employee) – Durham – 20 August 2018
Great job I over working I superdry ye wage was great witch I got treated fairly, I loved going in and speaking to there customers selling there products, I would give anything to go back to work there. The benefits are free uniform and 50% discount for staff. They think about you and your holidays, if you had illness or anything like that they would understand do back to work and make sure you were okay to come back to work, management were perfect very understanding. Training was giving all the time
Fun place,great benefits but pay of working hours are poor
Sales Assistant (Former Employee) – London, Greater London – 15 August 2018
Whenever i had a shift i was always surround by fun employees, superdry have unique ways of getting workings to engage for example little games in the morning and silly incentives however , the ability to progress seemed hard as they constantly looked to employ externally for higher positions and as with most retail work , you could be on your feet for 10 hours a day and they didn't have any little energy boosters free to workers i.e little snacks or drinks
It was a really nice workplace where there was always different challenges facing you on a daily basis. It critically engages communicating skills and relationship building with customers. The job allows you to make friends with colleagues and the management team was always positive and reassuring. The job was occasionally difficult to convince customers to purchase items but having worked there for a number of years I felt comfortable in the role
Staff are lovely great place to work! Staff talk to you like rubbish- Thank goodness they have left and new ones have started since i left. I learned that working in the environment there you have to work quickly and have knowledge on how to fold "correctly" without being shown.
Warehouse Operative (Former Employee) – Cheltenham – 4 June 2018
Excellent company to work for, the salary was alright and the hours was bearable. I worked with terrible managers and some excellent one. There were opportunities to climb the corporate ladder, however, for just a few of us.
Such a friendly environment to work within, everyone is passionate and focussed about their work. Great benefits and social aspects of the job. Such a great experience to be apart of the Superdry team.
Store Manager (Former Employee) – Leeds, West Yorkshire – 23 April 2018
There were a lot of long hours here up to 14 hour days. I learned that my work life balance was what I wanted and I unfortunately couldn't find this with Superdry. I wasn't able to enjoy moments with family and friends as a lot of pressure was put on you. Management above had no clear communication, and often at times this would create extra work, for staff in already a pressurised environment. Workplace I tried to create fun and a relaxed but productive place, the team were great. Hardest part was dealing with no family time, and although I got days off, I was not able to switch off. The team, and good sales days were a highlight, and I met some fab people along the way.
Good clothing benefits, good staff, good policies
Long hours, no recognition or care, constant messaging via Whatsapp, bad management
Winter Temp (Former Employee) – London, Greater London – 10 April 2018
We would start off our day with a group challenge to win tokens, we would be divided by department e.g. Women, Men and Children. If you were able to sell the the most expensive item, you would be rewarded by token, when receiving up to 10 token its equals to £25 so it was really motivating for me.
Manager (Former Employee) – United Kingdom – 22 March 2018
Like any business, when growth is exponential, it's important to have the infrastructure to support the demands of the shareholders, customers, suppliers and most importantly their employees.Once the company began to go more corporate, it started to lose the values it stood for by bringing in 'big' name corporate figures who tried to replicate other established retail powerhouses. Yes - the company required corporate figures and direction, it just failed to maintain it's unique style and approach which singled them out from other retail employers, particularly in the UK. It also lost touch with its employees and an employee ended up just being another number. Great shame.
Seasonal Sales Representative (Former Employee) – High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire – 18 March 2018
I worked with the team in high wycombe, and it was my first ever working experience in the uk. They were awesome to work with and always ready to help. Friendliest and most approachable managers I have ever worked with, it felt like hanging out with friends and being very productive together.
Sales Assistant (Current Employee) – Crawley – 8 March 2018
Superdry is such a fun and exciting place to work. You never know what one day will be compared to the next. There are several growth opportunities as well as a very good staff discount! The management make it one of their priorities to make sure their team is looked after.
Sales Assistant (Former Employee) – Shepherds Bush, Greater London – 26 February 2018
Great customer service experience, good work colleagues. 50% off clothing. the shift patterns are also great. i learnt to fold clothes in a way i never usually would lol (my wardrobe is always tidy now)