Service Lead (Former Employee) – Florida – September 17, 2018
I worked for Burberry for almost 7 years, beginning as a service associate transitioning to a sales lead. Unfortunately there was no more growth for me in my role so I left to return to college full-time. Burberry was a great company to work for with many benefits to keep employees happy, at and outside of work.
They had great guidelines and operational procedures to follow. You could always make a phone call and find the answer to whatever question you might have. The workplace culture was balanced and enjoyable.
Technical Support Analyst (Former Employee) – New York, NY – July 27, 2018
It is sad to say that when you work for Burberry it micro managed Most employees feel that their jobs will end with out notice as i seen for many years. Management tends to bump heads with each other and information given tends to be slow or delayed due to management inexperience. To many managers not knowing what they are doing and tend to lean on people who knows and take the credit.
Benifits are ok
Too many managers so it becomes confusing on your directs and work load
Fun people to work with, but the actual company could use some change.
Sales Support (Former Employee) – Central Valley, NY – July 24, 2018
Burberry was a good company to work for except for the salary, and how busy the store gets. Management gets too uptight if the line isn't moving fast enough or if you don't get enough customer capture information.
Fun people to work with of all different nationalities
10 hour shifts, no benefits for part time, no paid time off for part time, poor management
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – June 17, 2018
Working for Burberry was the worst job I’ve ever had. The management team is unprofessional, and prejudice. Not every single employee but enough of them for it to be a problem . Felt like a flash back to high school. They tell you to watch people of African decent that come into the store but a white never gets followed around. It was a toxic environment to say the least.
Free lunch during holidays/ events
Short breaks, the racist behavior or employee/management
Sales Lead (Former Employee) – Williamsburg, VA – May 24, 2018
Burberry is a great company to work for. They have great benefits - very generous - as well as good commissions. They highly value their associates and their contributions to the company. I was very sad when they began the downsizing of their retail outlet operations and our store was consequently closed.
Customer Operations Supervisor (Current Employee) – New York, NY – May 17, 2018
The management is in dire need of a change. It's not a collaborative work culture and any little mistake that is made is magnified to the 10th power. I would not recommend this work place for seasoned or entry-level professionals.
Assistant Store Manager (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – April 17, 2018
The most part that I love about my job is the fact that Im able to build up a relationship with your coworker but also the fact that we become family, I become my passionate as a Visual Merchandising and able to learned and grow as a proffessional
Benefit, positive environment, my school to become the manager that Im now
No feel appreciated, no recognition for you hard work
USA Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – April 15, 2018
Some people from management team do not act as a good professional. If you need something or asking for a help, you have to wait and sometimes ask several times. The atmosphere is created by some of them is kinda uncomfortable and makes you feel disappointed. But if you are work ethic, you can overcome this and concentre on your personal goals.