E-Cigarette Direct Workplace FAQ

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3 English questions out of 3

2 July 2019

Does E-Cigarette Direct have an on site gym?

Pros

Friendly and welcoming staff who are always willing to help Low-stress environment whilst providing sufficiently stimulating work Great coffee! Flexible working on a given day (start between 8 and 10, finish between 4 and 6) in head office

Cons

Not a full flexi-time setup No option to work from home Could offer more holidays

Great coffee!

2 July 2019

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2 July 2019

What is the work environment like at E-Cigarette Direct?

Pros

Friendly and welcoming staff who are always willing to help Low-stress environment whilst providing sufficiently stimulating work Great coffee! Flexible working on a given day (start between 8 and 10, finish between 4 and 6) in head office

Cons

Not a full flexi-time setup No option to work from home Could offer more holidays

stress environment whilst providing sufficiently stimulating work

2 July 2019

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28 May 2021

What are working conditions like at E-Cigarette Direct?

Pros

Staff discount was generous Holiday and other benefits were above average for a retail role Pay was reasonable

Cons

Far too much lone working. Little consideration given to staff safety or mental health. Poor communication at all levels. You would be told one thing and then suddenly when a rota was produced (typically at very short notice), it would reflect a different message entirely. Whilst covering other stores was voluntary, it was generally expected and not rewarded. An opportunity to see how other stores do things apparently. Tough to do when you are covering an unfamiliar store on your own. Management was far too relaxed to be considered even remotely supportive and hardly ever in store. Offered training and support that would never actually happen.

Advice to Management

Work a shift or two in store under the conditions you dictate. Follow through on promises and sort out your communication so that it is accurate and timely.

Little consideration given to staff safety or mental health.

28 May 2021

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