Salesperson (Former Employee) – Ft. Lauderdale, Fl – October 16, 2013
I've worked at many fine jewelry companies but not the Jared the Galleria of Jewelry in Ft. Lauderdale, Fl. Under the direction of current Management team. You will be subject to lies, verbal harrasement and retaliation via scheduling if you don't do exactly what they say, when they say or if they just don't come to like you. Your future will not depend on your performance but on who likes you. (Good Ole boys) They'll get rid of you by making your life miserable.
Store Manager (Former Employee) – Battle Creek, MI – July 18, 2017
It was great to learn so much about diamonds and jewelry. I knew nothing about it going into the business other than the fact that it was pretty. All the sales there were for happy reasons. That was a fabulous perk to the job. There really were not a lot of down sides to this position. It was interesting, I loved working with people and finding creative ways to obtain the stores sales goals.
Clerical (Former Employee) – Akron, OH – July 13, 2017
very busy and fast paced place to work. Leads do not usually don't know what is going on between each other.a typical day there would be picking merchandise to send to stores and then bill it and then it goes to shipping to be sent to the stores.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Akron, OH – June 27, 2017
debt collection, bed bugs, call center more like a highschool, pay was decent BUT hours were BIZARRE with NO time to actually spend any money except on bills, overtime required no exceptions, movement in job without asking if we anted to or not
Special Accounts Analyst (Current Employee) – Akron, OH – June 22, 2017
A typical day at work is a busy but productive day. Management in my area turned over frequently, which made the daily tasks seem even harder when the management did not know how to perform them. Hardest part of the job was the constant change. I enjoyed working with all my team!
Jeweler (Former Employee) – Des Moines, IA – June 13, 2017
Not a good place to work. A lot of pressure to produce "perfect" work in a minimum of time. Add the demands to drop everything and do this instead add a lot of pressure. Way too much paperwork, much of it a duplicate of what has already been done. The benefits package sounds good untill you read the details, (such as a health care plan which does not pay anything untill a $5000 deductable has been met). Management seems to be constantly trying to put out fires rather than solving the problem.
I learned a lot from these people, they were all very helpfull and put up with my inadequacies and did a great deal to make me feel comfortable at work. The jewelry business is a very challenging field and has tributaries into many other industries and it is a very rewarding field to be in.
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Lake Charles, LA – May 15, 2017
Sterling Jewlers is a great place to learn and grow. As a young professional I used my time with the company to become, skilled in communicating with people from a verity of backgrounds. As well as building my customer care abilities.
Customer Service Store Manager (Former Employee) – Akron, OH – May 2, 2017
A great place to get job experience and training. They are all about training and bonuses. Great job to even pick up for the holiday season. Sometimes the hours might stink, but you are surely paid for the inconvenience.
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Fairlawn, OH – April 22, 2017
I see so many poor reviews of my company, I have to clear things up. If you work hard you will strive at Sterling(now signet). I am a Customer Care employee, though I began in Collections. Yes, there is a high turnover rate, but this is simply because people refuse to work hard. If you don't do your job right, you're going to be fired. I have been with Sterling for nearly 3 years and I am so grateful for the opportunity. The management is kind, but firm, which is how they need to be to keep a corporation of this size successful. Yes, sales and production are mportant, but that is the whole point of the company, to sell jewelry! If you can't work hard and don't like listening to what others have to say, don't work here. But if you want to work for a great company with good benefits and who treat their (hard working) employees well. Apply here.