Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Tiffany Springs, MO – August 24, 2015
Management changes are made too often. It is not proposed to the collectors on the floor before changes are made. It is done by people that have not been in or on the floor in years. Only what they feel is best for the company and not the workers. The collectors are the ones that make the company money and they are the ones that are penalized for minimal things that cause others not to make money. Quotas are set as a group and not based off of individual paid employees because their salaries are different.
Sales Associate/Customer Service (Former Employee) – McLean, VA – October 17, 2015
HORRIBLE place to work! Can't trust anyone!!! Everyone is disposable and all they care about is themselves! Manager is clueless to the market and often falls asleep starring at the computer. Horrible breath! The assistant is young and will do anything to become the manager. The key holder with the most experience is a bitter old woman who only cares about herself and no one else! Very sad!!!!
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Illinois – April 13, 2016
Horrible place to work, they do not appreciate any of their employees. Do not expect to be promoted easily here they run on favoritism. They will over work you and then make you leave early so you don't do overtime. Always had problems with them paying me the correct amount. Not worth the time or effort here, and the manager is a joke.
if you enjoy daily challenges, then work here. It is not an easy path to success here, but that can also be rewarding when you are able to overcome difficulties and succeed. Huge drawbacks include work/life balance, advancement, and policy that at times mistreats/under appreciates its workforce.
product, pay, prestige
stressful environment, work life balance, forget about ever taking PTO
Each day at Omega is different and is never predictable. Some days are very busy and filled with energy and some are the complete opposite and filled with down time. Honestly the hardest part of the job is trying to stay busy or get pass the slow days that aren't so busy. There's always something new to learn about the company its self or the product, there's so much history behind both. I most enjoyed learning how the time pieces work and meeting customers who were very passionate about them. Management was great and always listened to any ideas or concerns.
Group Leader (Former Employee) – Grand Rapids, MI – March 19, 2013
Work hard be productive working with all levels of people management change from job to job most were good workers a lot of ego's.Managing work day around tenants that did not comply with posting of up coming work.Also dealing with sub contractors crews that did not follow direction.Completion and work preform on time and people that meet and work with most property owner and managers.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Texas – November 27, 2013
I have been in luxury sales for over 10 years. I only worked for Omega less than 6 months. Management was unorganized, unprofessional and lacks communication with itself and the staff. Heavily micro-managed. Store customer traffic is low, so a lot of busy work is given (which often is the same projects revised).
Boutique Manager (Current Employee) – Midwest Region – June 16, 2014
Corporate management with Omega timepieces is very disorganized/District managers are very unprofessional and micromanage their staff at rediculous levels. I have been a luxury retail professional for over 15 years, and I have not ever been exposed to a more unprofessional, disorganized organization as such. This company has lost MANY excellent managers due to a lack of communication, poor training techniques, over stepping boundaries of personal and professional space, and most important not allowing staff (or empowering staff) to take care of its' own clietele respectfully.
Corporate Executive (Former Employee) – Anonymous – May 15, 2014
This group of people hire only Asians to work in their Omega retail stores. They actually told me that they can trust them. They will not hire black people or Mexicans unless it's a door guard position. Not only is this company racist but th head executives are racist as we'll. They have headquarters located in New Jersey and very single one of them at the corporate office is racist. Don't waste your time with this company, these people don't even know anything about retail management or running a retail store anyways. Work for Tiffany's & Co or Rolex.
Amazing training program,with passion driven skills.
Graphic Designer (Former Employee) – Marysville, MI – May 8, 2013
The management staff there were very nice,and I would of stayed there all year if it weren't for the sad fact that this was only a four week training program. I really enjoy graphic design and am very creative and it was very enjoyable to have co-workers and their artistic views as well. I am very passion driven to art and I am very detail oriented so my work was slow, but in the end my work was the most creative and a lot of people recognized it, and I am very honored and humbled to have worked there.
free lunches, got to work on my passion, great staff
railroad construction (Current Employee) – Bakersfield, CA – March 5, 2015
the days at omega were extremely difficult and sometimes long while working in omega I Learned to use heavy machinery and also I learned a little welding. many of my co workers enjoyed working for omega simply becase it gave them a opportunity to learn. the hardest part was lifting the heavy machinery. I enjoyed the job because I kept working hard.
I learned a lot of new things. It was a fun place to work.
Accountant (Current Employee) – Slidell, LA – March 3, 2014
During my employment I have learned a lot about the oil industry and the various methods of extracting oil from the ground. I have also learned about the different methods to recycle the materials needed to extract oil.
the job is educational.
no benefits such as paid vacations, health care, or room for growth.
Server (Current Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – April 27, 2013
The company is great to work for if your going to college. Flexible scheduling and cash in hand is great. the major draw back is no long term advancement. I enjoy working with different types of people all day.