J'ai travaillé chez River Island Clothing en Contrat Permanent (Pendant plus de 3 ans)
Leadership team continue to take feedback on board and increase their presence in the business. High accountability and flexibility in my particular area.
Unclear progression path and employees are not necessarily given opportunities based on their strengths. A lot of work to be done around transparency of information, company vision and the part employees have to play within the bigger picture - this is especially poor at store level. Decision making and the speed at which new initiatives are launched is slow.
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The potential is there to improve upon these issues, however this needs to start from the CEO whose presence is not felt enough and when it is, comes across as though he lacks passion for the brand and the focus is solely on profit. A few tips on charisma from Richard Branson wouldn't go amiss.
J'ai postulé en ligne. J'ai passé une entrevue à River Island Clothing (Londres, Angleterre (Royaume-Uni)).
I applied online, then was invited a week later to attend a recruitment event. On the day there were roughly 15 people. We went up to the staff room and all sat down. We started off with an icebreaker and introduced ourselves to each other. We then got told a bit about the role and were asked questions about what services they provide, what they sell and what sets them apart from their competitors. After we individually stood up and explained why we chose our outfit in front of everyone and what celebrity inspires our dress sense. We finally had a couple of group discussions about why we were good for the role and what techniques we can use. Then we had a short one to one with a manager about what were currently doing and what our availability is.
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