Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Norfolk, VA – February 8, 2014
Working at Pandora was a very interesting experience. The main item to sell a Pandora are their charm bracelets. There are hundreds of charms to choose from and the purpose of the bracelet is to tell your life story. Being said, every customer would have a different story and it was enjoyable to listen and help customers to recreate their wonderful memories. Work atmosphere was great and under experienced management. Co-workers were a team and worked together. During holidays, Pandora would get extremely busy and it sometimes became difficult to keep track of which customers walked in first. When situations like this occurred, I learned it was always best to stay focused and perform my duties up to standards.
meeting people, discounts, learning different cultures
The job itself is not hard as long as you know how to talk to people. The people you work with will either make your experience enjoyable or bad
If you have a bad manager, you might not enjoy working here. It varies on the location, as Pandora is a franchise. For this reason it is also very difficult to file any complaints. You are either ignored or get a very disappointing response .
Most of the issues i had were with pay, they would often mess up our checks with either too little hours or no specification as to why that was so.'
Again, pandora is a franchise. this is my experience working with these particular owners.
Management was also bad.
Aside from that a typical day consist of restocking and making sure the store looks presentable to the guest. Very easy,
free food during meetings, cool guest experience.
low pay, no benefits, cannot place any complaints about management, favoritism .