Courts Singapore
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Senior Manager in Tampines
on August 21, 2020
Was Fun place to work
I worked 10+ years in was really good to work with nice colleagues. Recently change in management has changed culture changed, very demanding. Overall pathetic egoistic management
Sales Executive in Tampines
on April 27, 2021
The issue with Courts Management
Courts Management has been a disaster ever since it was taken over by the Nojima corporation. Staff are literally brainwashed during the interview and first day of work orientation. We were constantly advised to prioritize sales over our wellbeing, to remember the fact that customers pay our salary. I applied for a role through an agency and was repeatedly reminded not to ask for salary and working hours during the interview? Why do I not have the right to know how much a job pays me and its working hours? Furthermore, the roster was only provided at the end of the first day orientation, after you have signed all relevant documents so it will be tough for you to back out. To whoever is applying for a role at Courts SG, I sincerely hope you think twice. Please do not fall for their usual claims that the hours are regulated and the careers are progressive. Instead, ask for the exact hours you will be working as it excludes your break as well. I have a friend who use to work at Courts before Nojima took over and back then the work environment was more vibrant whereas now its completely different. Most colleagues I work with in Courts are faced with the same dilemma and are unable to break out of the system as they have already signed the contract. Most employees are fresh graduates without work experience and thus, are drawn by the "progressive career paths" and "competitive salary". Let me tell you that it is really not worth it working for such an organization that neglects employees to achieve maximum profits.
Warehouse Assistant in Singapore
on September 16, 2020
A place for career development
If MCO did not happen, I would have attached as permanent staff. Working there was fun and well managed systems ease burden for staffs over there. Good employee benefits.
Supervisor in Jurong East
on July 11, 2020
Sales Consultant.
To maintain store cleaniness, work closely with superior. Focus on hitting monthly sales target. Engaging walk-in customer, and following ups all sales committed.
Department Manager in Singapore
on June 24, 2020
Fast Paced
Good career prospect place to work but have to be sure to know each and every characters of your staffs well because as a manager, you will need to manage up to 40 staffs at one go.

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