Your experience depends on who likes you
Store Manager (Current Employee) – San Francisco Bay Area, CA – August 13, 2018
The best parts of working for Tiffany are the benefits. Otherwise, it depends on the person you report to how much you enjoy the job. If you are okay with complacency, you'll be fine. There are a lot of terrible leaders who aren't held accountable for anything but sales. Senior leadership marches around stores from time to time but don't scratch the surface. Career advancement is seriously contingent on if your leader likes you, not much is based on merit. Education won't help you here, neither will innovation. Training is at best mediocre and completely theoretical. It's a good starting off point, you'll learn a lot primarily from the experiences you'll have and out of necessity.
They're constantly trying to figure things out, you'll be tortured in the process