Sales Professional (Former Employee) – Chevy Chase, MD – February 8, 2018
My career with Tiffany began in NYC in management. I loved my senior management as well as my direct reports. After 6 years in NYC and the downturn in the economy in 08, Tiffany hired new upper management and took a new direction. I left the company for a few years. When I rejoined the company as a Sales Professional my excitement for the company dwindled quickly. The expectations as well as the need to remove the exclusivity and special-ness from the brand was a poor idea.
Sales and Operations Professional (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – January 16, 2019
This job was a seasonal position that taught me the luxury retail. This is a fast paced job during the holiday seasons. Training is very specific and hours are not really fair when you have responsibilities outside of home.
Sales Professional (Current Employee) – Orlando, FL – January 9, 2019
Great place to work. I spent the best 5 years of my life working for this company. I enjoyed learning about diamonds and educating my clients on this topic. The excellent customer service experience that is provided comes natural and always exceeds costumers expectations.
Sales Professional (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – January 6, 2019
Like every successful company, change is needed. Unfortunately Tiffany's has changed for the worst in my opinion. This used to be a fun place to work, but in recent years they put more emphasis on making sales at all costs, I understand sales is what drives the business, but when you start giving goals that are unattainable, this makes it more difficult to really enjoy what you're doing because you're so stressed about hitting that goal. There are some good managers but a lot of them are are out of touch because they don't have any sales experience.
Sales Professional (Former Employee) – New York, NY – January 2, 2019
The company is storied and has a lot of brand recognition. However the management leaves much to be desired and is at times, quite overbearing. The potential to make a good income is there, commission based but in my opinion not a fair comp structure.
Manufacturing supervisor (Former Employee) – Cumberland, RI – November 28, 2018
Management expects 4 teams (of 3) to work 12 hour shifts, 24/7 (including all holidays) while the entire company gets to spend time off with their families! What kind of culture and greed is Tiffany all about? If your 12 hour shift rotation falls on Christmas Eve and day, you have to work both! I'm sure the CEO and board of directors are enjoying their eggnog and pocketing all of the profits for a very happy new year!
Hard to find anu.
Poorly managed, out of touch with the human side of employees.
Really enjoyed working here. The breaks are suitable and reasonable.. the cafeteria has great food. For breakfast, lunch, and or dinner. Unlimited overtime once pass the threshold for overtime. As it gets closer to Christmas.
Enjoyed the people, but not the cut-throat culture
Sales Professional (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – November 5, 2018
Management was great. Most of the staff was great to work with, as well. I enjoyed the structure and dedication to training. However, the cut-throat, "you-re never enough", corporate expectations and somewhat unrealistic sales goals made it a stressful and toxic environment.
Sales Professional (Current Employee) – Westport, CT – November 4, 2018
Director of Sales is rude and insulting, interferes with selling, hovers over customers anxiously. Management is out of touch. Authoritative degrading leadership style and also changes expectations several times in the course of a day. Management competes with sales team for attention. (Start date other than listed in this review for anonymity)
Capable employees need space and deserve respect to achieve success, rather than overbearing negativity
Interviewee (Former Employee) – Lexington, KY – September 27, 2018
I was very impressed upon when I got to see their campus and work environment. Really enjoyed the Employees, supervisors, and especially the HR manager! I’m Glad this company has built a manufacturing branch in the Bluegrass, and even happier to see that they are expanding!
Jeweler (Former Employee) – Cumberland, RI 02864 – September 10, 2018
Tiffany is a good place to work. My responsibilities were to clean castings of platium jewelry, gold and silver. Each piece is precisely cleaned to perfection. To first remove tabs from wax molding castings. And then to removing all flaws from surface. Some pieces were a little complicated they were assembled and soldered then removed excess metal from rings. All processing is done with electric fortem with different pieces to be used accordingly. When cleaned then sent to wash and then polish for the beautiful flawless finish.