N/A (Former Employee) – Trumbull, CT – July 16, 2019
It was an okay experience. To be completely honest it was decent nothing too terrible at first because the staff is fine for the most part except for one older lady that’s been there for years and the manager let’s her get away with everything. And most customers that come in make interaction fairly easy. But the pay is terrible. They pay you $10.10 starting for sales associates (not too much more for the key holder managers) and for your yearly raise no matter the tens of thousands of dollars you made them throughout the year they will give you SCRAPS (no more than $0.32) for all the work and money you made for their company. It’s insulting. Now for management. Management was okay for the most part. The manager I worked with (Currently there), was accommodating for any days I needed off or if I had a schedule change. But she picked and chose which employees she reprimanded for certain behaviors. She had her favorites. And also when she starts to not like an employee she starts to fill their position before they leave in front of their face and not let them know until it’s to late and they have no other choice but to quit or get fired
Store Manager (Former Employee) – Bridgewater, NJ – August 19, 2019
I was a store manager at Pandora. It was a nightmare for the awful pay rate you get. Everything was wonderful when we had our franchise owners- when Pandora corporate came it everything changed and was an absolute nightmare. They’re like corporate robots that don’t care about you as a person
very fast pace during the holiday season and great place to work
Associate (Former Employee) – Overland Park, KS – August 15, 2019
I worked here during the holiday and really enjoyed my experience. There was a lot I had to learn and test over while I was training but the managers made sure I was thoroughly educated before I started making sales and taking care of jewelry on my own.