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Whether it's about compensation and benefits, culture and diversity, or you're curious to know more about the work environment, find out from employees what it's like to work at Laura Ashley.

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34 English questions out of 34

1 October 2020

Does Laura Ashley offer sponsored degrees?

Pros

You are expected to delivery your KPI's but good supportive team to ask for help and support to achieve them. Training best I have ever seen.

Cons

Lower pay for majority of job roles but good benefits, particularly if you like the products

Lower pay for majority of job roles but good benefits, particularly if you like the products

1 October 2020

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22 June 2021

Does Laura Ashley offer unlimited holiday?

Pros

Bonding with other staff members over difficult customers, staff discounts, easy to book time off, fair rosters

Cons

hierarchy, the higher ups look after each other and can be patronising, low pay, hard to progress

Advice to Management

Invest in staff, listen to them, and push more team based work, if you put someone with a big head in management it only gets bigger

Bonding with other staff members over difficult customers, staff discounts, easy to book time off, fair rosters

22 June 2021

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14 March 2021

Does Laura Ashley offer vision insurance?

Pros

Work life balance##### Free clothes, free food

Cons

Poor management#### Always so much pressure

Free clothes, free food

14 March 2021

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16 August 2019

Does Laura Ashley offer employee discounts?

Pros

Sample sales and employee discount

Cons

Poor travel connections and morale

Sample sales and employee discount

16 August 2019

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5 January 2020

How are the career development opportunities at Laura Ashley?

Pros

Good pay, includes bonuses on bank holidays Considerable staff discount High quality products

Cons

Not flexible when it comes to shifts No room for career progression Outdated company structure

Advice to Management

Do more to motivate staff to reach targets - encourage healthy competition between stores for prizes and rewards Needs to be a higher turnover of products - some are outdated and not attracting younger people Constant pricing changes - always in sale so customers wait for 40% off

No room for career progression

5 January 2020

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