Sales Professional (Current Employee), New York, NY – July 18, 2014
Pros: discount on jewelry, good benefits
Cons: management lacks proper training
They don't care how much the customer loves you or what client base you have. You have to meet their numbers or you're useless. Must be VERY aggressive on the sales floor. The more, the better. Management will love you. Run over your co-worker for a sale-they couldn't care less.
Good Company, yet extremely monotonous and job specific
Order Specialist/Repair Planner (Current Employee), Jackson Heights, NY – June 9, 2014
Typical 9 - 5 job Learned a lot about specific jewelry and retail supply and demand No room for advancement. They hire strictly from outside. Management is pretty oblivious to anything other than systematic numbers. Co-Workers are awesome - one of the few perks working there. Advancing within the company hierarchy. Identifying price and value of merchandise. Seeing – more... rare and expensive pieces of merchandise. Getting a discount on Tiffany and Company merchandise. – less
Sales/ Customer Services (Former Employee), White Plains, NY – June 4, 2014
Pros: beautiful merchandise and discounted goods.
Cons: change in upper management
I loved working at Tiffany & Co. for the majority of the time I was employed there. There was a major shift in senior management and the business model changed. The commission sales enviroment changed to one of greed and customer profiling, which I could not participate in. I loved assisting the clients, which at times could be quite demanding and difficult – more... - I never met a client I couldn't assist and satisfy. – less
Security Officer (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NV – May 28, 2014
Pros: free food, benefits
Cons: standing at one place for 3 to 4 or more hours at a time.
Working at Tiffany's was fun I had a great time interacting with my co- workers and the management team. My management team at the stores where I worked were very supportive in teaching me steps to move to the next level. My co-workers were open to learn when item were pointed out and needed to change while working and at the stores. The hardest parting – more... of the job was the work hours on the las vegas strip working all three shifts during weeks time. The most enjoyable part of the job was the people and being able to wear a suit. – less
Seasonal/Full-Time (Former Employee), Whippany, NJ – May 24, 2014
Pros: on hoildays we get nice dinners and partys and unlimted over time .
Cons: work can really drain your body out because you are there all day, everyday
A typical day at work is like .. i get there at 10 am sign in and get right to work ... sign in on my computer and start doing customers orders .. I've learned a lot from working there ... i see how pople put in online orders and i learned how to read them and pack them to send them out ... Management is very cool and understanding pople .. my co works – more... are very nice pople as well from the ages of 18 to 60 .. they all was very cool and helpful . hardest part of the job was seasonal time when we get alot of orders .. i sometimes had to work 13hrs and on my feet all day . Most enjoyable part is that the pople are so cool they make you wanna come to work .. even though we work hard it was fun as well .. – less
Terrible culture, poor management, anti- team atmosphere
Manufacturing (Current Employee), Cumberland,RI – May 18, 2014
Pros: you can expect it to all come to an end in only a few years
Cons: culture, no mentoring, unrealistic expectations.
If you are looking for a great place where you can get up each morning looking forward to going to work, this place will drive you to sleep late and show up at work ready to leave. What no one will tell you is that the turn over rate is astonishingly high. Average tenure is 1-2 years for supervisors and managers and there is a reason for it. If Tiffany – more... & Co. really cared for their employees why are they not looking into the root cause, making an effort to retain good talent? Tough place to work, look elsewhere. – less
Assistant Store Manager (Current Employee), New York, NY – May 14, 2014
• Manages team to achieve sales goals, store metrics, and client growth potential through customer service training and individual employee development plans. • Consistently delivers results through creative store incentives and team exercises to reach company and store key performance indicators (KPIs). • Routinely involved in extracurricular events – more... and socials associated to the company (Women in Business, Women in the Arts, New York Junior League, etc) • Assists in managing logistical operations within the store in regards to fiscal accountabilities, store planning, and inventory monitoring. – less
Material Handler (Former Employee), Parsippany, NJ – May 10, 2014
Pros: getting discounts and first serve tiffany & co products.
Cons: the job position ending.
My typical day of work would be me assembling, wrapping and data entry customers information pertaining to their orders. I have learned how to tie the Tiffany & Co bow tie. my manager and co workers were very friendly and showed hospitality. There were no hard parts of the job description. The most enjoyable part would be assembling each assesory and – more... branding each jewelry piece. – less
Sales Consultant (Former Employee), Los Angeles, CA – April 25, 2014
Pros: fine location, good benefits, sales incentives.
• Assisted customers with merchandise selections and completed sales transactions • Excelled in a competitive commission driven environment, successfully maintaining a high sales average and surpassing last year’s numbers • Created an extensive clientele portfolio to build and maintain relationships with clients • Facilitated special events to promote – more... to new customers – less