Courts Singapore
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Retail Associate in Singapore
on May 5, 2022
Highly competitive
Company has a HR Policy which effectively is very strict and the culture is similar to the military where you have memorise values and ethics.Pay is so so but the pressure on selling warranty and accessories with main products is high.Sales Target and other aspect is either high or is unrealistic on the ground
Operation Executive /Stock Controller in Singapore
on October 7, 2022
Previously Courts Singapore is a good place of work and I'm happy to work with team
however after Nojima had take over it very stressful always got exam and as a stock Controller or executive we got to do Sales too previously my position only work Monday to Friday but after japanese company had take over we got to work on weekend and week day off also no 13th month bonus.
Product Specialist in Courts Singapore
on March 31, 2022
The last company you want to work for
Initially the commission is still ok and will be able to feed your family. Now with the new management? NO WAY! APPLY AT YOUR OWN RISK.Imagine early in the morning you will have to queue and let the managers check one by one if you cut your nails? Is this the environment you want to work in?The toxic management and sometimes your colleagues will try to be teachers pet, imagine if the branch managers enter the store, everyone is sooo scared and the vibes are 100% off, even the customers can tell you are being under pressure and not genuinely serve them. Retail floor but a lot of "Corporate Politics", is it really worth it?The commission scheme is NOW cut by half if not more, their basic salary is less than a minimum wage because as they said there will be commission, but from times to times they will cut or deduct and make your life difficult.Working hours are way too long. Let me tell you why, they DO NOT have enough staffs thanks to their poor management, so those non flagship stores are usually understaffed , if you are unlucky enough to work there, welcome to exploitation. TO ALL THE FRESH GRADS- the new target that they are trying to hire. this is what they do, they cut off the commission scheme for the staffs that have been with them for years, then offer you a "decent" base salary (2-3K) , but there is no chance to earn comms , the maximum you can look at is less than 1K/ monthAlso, hiring more fresh grads with the "Management trainee" program is to put pressure on the existing staffs who is not happy with this management, and then eventually have to leave. IS THIS THE KIND OF COMPANY YOU WANT TO WORK FOR AND BUILD YOUR CAREER? AT YOUR OWN RISK
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.

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