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To explore more about this company and help my self to be fully developed in terms of skills and personality.It also gives a lot of ideas that can possibly contribute and a progressive company.This learnings and self development will truly and surely helf my self and the company to be better.
I find working at Uniqlo a blast! It can be a bit tedious at times but, that’s just the company showing that they care about our presentation and the customers shopping. A great sense of teamwork and genuine people to help accomplish the company goals every week. You must be passionate about the job or you will grow to dislike it due to the thought and care that is put into everything we do. The starting pay for a regular associate is 11.50 which isn’t bad for a starting retail job. There is chance for growth every 3 months and with that perhaps a promotion! Come join us at Uniqlo!
Just save yourself a headachemanagement is very immature, favortism is at an all time high, you won't get promoted if you are not liked even if you are good at your job
Benefits if you are full-time, hour break
management is very immature, favortism is at an all time high, you won't get promoted you are not liked even if you are good at your job
5 years experience with 5 different managers and 3 area manager, one obvious thing that i saw all these years is unfair upgrading staff through Favorited. Its not about your effort or overall achievement, its all about become a flatterer master and connection with the manager. i just saw a spoiled lazy brat easily upgrade without taking any concern from our opinion. it was one own decision by the manager. because the spoiled brat's sibling and our manager at that time is best friend. The sibling is also a manager. The Japanese is cool and judge by overall achievement and result. the Malaysian boss is the worst. Teamwork and working environment differ every store. fortunately our store teamwork is the best. often forced to take overtime. working time is too long but short period of rest for a fast paced working environment. often forced to take OT which means u will be at store for more than 11hours. imagine minus sleep, ur time to prepare and go to work, doing other things than work. 24hours is not enough. another cons ridiculous level to get higher benefit. the higher your salary is, the more benefit and money u can claim. the lower your salary is, less money/benefit u can claim. Poor operations management. favouritism and bias. u are ask to send company box outside of working time. pros Learning lots and lots of business knowledge. Discipline and time management. Teamwork. high salary
There is no idle time at Uniqlo. Expectations are high for all staff members, and everyone is encouraged to go above and beyond every day. There is a specific way to do everything, so you must be able to work in a fast paced, high stress environment. You have to be able to multi-task, think critically, communicate effectively, and problem solve while delivering a positive customer experience.
Must be there on time and ready to work late is only good for max of 2 days must be ready to get to work, and become that go getter open to new positions that'll be handed to you also there someone watching evening you think your not being watched.
It hard to move up unless you are friends with management. They work you like robots and will fire you for no reason. Some of the managers don’t talk to you with respect but expect you to treat them with respect and if you want to complain about certain people good luck. If they was close to HR it won’t go anywhere.
workplace culture is biased. Manager has ADHD and seeks to be praised constantly in order to be able to be brought into the circle. Also, work hours are not fair. management does not encourage educational growth hence would prefer to hire HS drop out so they can work through dead hours of the night. Each leader placed in this position needs to learn what RESPONSIBILITY mean. Stop pretending.
Expectations are high, but management and guidance sucks. Lack of teaching and motivation in all areas. If you are young and want experience in retail this is for you. If you are experienced and don't want to be talked to as if your a child then this is NOT for you. In order to get promoted you basically have to fake it till you make It and act like you enjoy the environment but it is very toxic. Management expects you to put them on a pedestal and they smile in your face and talk about everyone when the room is cleared. This has been happening for years, you will only get promoted for favoritism and kissing booty instead of your hard work. I've seen people work hard and get a cold shoulder, but also seen people hanging and laughing it up doing nothing and get praised. horrible place for a "top store".
Because of low number of workers at our store, the work load for every person was 3 times the amount of a normal worker. This led to extremely taxing days and no matter how much we worked, the work would never stop. Employees are almost expected to work overtime, but were told that they were not allowed to. If we did not work overtime, the store would not be at the expected standards, and the cycle continues. The procedures are very cult-like, not sustainable in the long-run.
Very fast pace, always something new to learn, great opportunities to quickly move up in the company.
Great company to work for. Great opportunities to move up fast in the company. You will learn how a business runs. Great team work, very fast pace. Hardest part of the job will probably be the (work life) balance.
When I worked in Uniqlo it was fun doing basic things that staff do before management tasks. It was also challenging on how to maximize sales and profit and creating countermeasures like coordinating with mall admin or with the headquarters directly. I learned to be independent and having my own initiative on how to run store without the supervision of store manager. The most memorable is growing your members into business leaders. They dont just work as staffs, they also have to be a business leader in which they understand the store's current situation and create ideas on how to overcome it.
A mes débuts en fin 2014, la culture d'entreprise ainsi que l'esprit d'équipe et le management étaient les choses qui motivaient malgré le faible salaire et les conditions de travail. Mais au fil des années, ce qui m'a motivé à l'époque n'était plus là et ce que j'ai remarqué et ce qui m'a fait démissionner comme tous les autres anciens a été le manque de reconnaissance flagrant aussi bien au niveau du salaire que les manque de considération de la part de l'équipe manageriale.