Sales Consultant (Former Employee) – Mission Viejo, CA – March 11, 2019
Good working environment, but required long hours of standing and bending. Sales goals are usually quite challenging to achieve. Inventory and stoking are hard to track sometimes because it depends on how the manager locate them.
Part Time Sales Consultant (Current Employee) – Short Hills, NJ – February 4, 2019
Some of the managers are crazy but for the most part, you make friends that will last forever. A typical day at working for Swarovski is usually 6-8 hours. The dress code feels a bit dull. I learned to have a lot of patience in this environment.
Brand Ambassador (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – February 1, 2019
The company is very Oblivious to the Reality of retail. Constantly on your back to sell merchandise even when customer reports are at their lowest. Management is very lazy and takes a vantage advantage of workers. Systems in the store are very outdated.
Senior Retail Architecture Procurement Manager (Current Employee) – Cranston, RI – January 29, 2019
Provides the opportunity to grow by working on cross functional teams. Being a large corporation there are many diverse and interesting projects to work on. there is plenty of support in the way of on line training and educational assistance.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Richmond, VA – January 19, 2019
The company is extremely unrealistic with their employee ideals. No form of self expression can be seen, and cameras are in use everywhere at all times- constantly being checked to see if u take a bite of food on companies time, etc.
Brand Ambassador (Former Employee) – Richmond, VA – January 15, 2019
I was lucky to be managed by and work alongside tremendous people in a gorgeous environment. The corporate structure, on the other-hand, was poorly managed, often contradicted what they previously stated, and held onto an archaic model of implementing sales goals with zero commissions. There were team bonuses for stores meeting their goals, but if you pulled all the weight while another employee slacked off, you both were given an equal share of the bonus.
50% employee discount
poor company healthcare plan, few employees allowed on site to run a store properly, low pay for the expected work and appearance
Lead Sales Associate (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – January 4, 2019
Overworked Work schedule is inconsistent and if boss gets mad at you she will change your hours Be ready to work by yourself because boss never works her full shifts You end up knowing the entire store because you have to do everything
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Virginia – December 13, 2018
Very fun job to grow at Swarovski is not like typical retail environment. You have to be very social and very dedicated to selling product. Your constantly learning new techniques and building confidence. You have personal and store sales goals every shift which can sometimes be very competitive on the sale floor. Also it can make the sales floor feel a bit aggressive. Other than that id recommend this job to anyone looking for a new retail experience. We have a lot of international clientele, so its lots of fun experiencing such a diverse culture at work. Management is great very supportive and really there for you to help you grow if you want to.
Discount, Diverse, Room to Grow, Excellent Management
SKILLED RETAIL MANAGER (Current Employee) – San Jose, CA – December 7, 2018
Swarovski is changing gears and incorporating many new systems. People are adjusting but has been difficult at the busiest quarter of the year (4th). Once fully adjusted their retail units will function and perform more efficiently and effectively. Great place to work, great product, great management.
Retail Luxury Retail Store Manager with over 12 years of retail experience.
Store Manager/ Training Manager (Current Employee) – Camarillo, CA – October 22, 2018
A typical day at Swarovski is fun, engaging with amazing customer. We have so much fun with the new product. The team take their personal goal very serious and take accountability for their own result. Working at Swarovski give the team a work life balance and flexible schelling to fix their life style and time to spend with their family and friends.
Swarovski was a wonderful place to work. They were highly focused on training and developing their employees and recognizing excellence. The store and district management were encouraging and motivating. The worst thing about the job was the holiday season, but that is retail. Overall, would highly recommend!
Great at the beginning but gets really boring. Upper management has no idea what goes on in the stores but will visit unannounced and expect you to be perfect. Everyone has sales goals that are hard to make at times. If you dont make them consistently, they give you a hard time, but if you do, they don't give much recognition. No commission.
if you make sales goals as a store each month, you get a bonus