Professional Sales Associate (Seasonal) (Former Employee), Vancouver, BC – January 19, 2014
Pros: great staff, good commission, working environment
Cons: long hours standing, short lunchbreaks on weekends
It is so difficult to find a work environment that is genuinely friendly, supportive, and kind, especially when it comes to retail. The managers are very polite and very patient. You are never made to feel small. The staff are all very accomodating and willing to help you if you are new. There is no fight over customers and everyone is willing to put – more... in the time to help you. – less
Merchandise Clerk, Returns Department (Former Employee), Parsippany, NJ – February 17, 2014
Checked incoming merchandise with packing slip Verified purchase order with receipt Interacted with quality assurances regarding merchandise Searched data bases to verify and obtain customers’ accounts
Merch Prep (Former Employee), Parsippany, NJ – February 10, 2014
Cons: job security
You were given a order to fulfill with a certain product , open up boxes and wrap the product in bubble wrap. I learned time management and also how to work under pressure . My co-workers were ok just like any other job you get along with some more then others . The hardest part of the job was if an order was to large
Offline Packer (Former Employee), Parsippany, NJ – January 25, 2014
A typical work day would be to attend the morning meeting for about five minutes and after that would be nonstop work. I learned to be a team player as well as working as an individual. The most enjoyable part of the job was learning multiple jobs and being able to help others.
Quality Assurance Inspector (Current Employee), Lexington, KY – January 25, 2014
Pros: good work environment, growth opportunities, great co-workers
Cons: new to lexington, so it's having it's growing pains(but it's growing and getting better all the time)
If you are self-motivated, you will have no problem working here. I come in every day ready to give my best. My supervisor appreciates that about me and lets me know that regularly.
I have learned so much from Tiffany and Co. They have taught me that I can do anything that I want as long as I'm willing to put forth the effort. I have had a lot of opportunities – more... here at Tiffanys.
We have had struggles with management, but I can see that it's gotten much better, and continues to improve. Everywhere I have ever worked had it's challenges, Tiffany and Co. is no different. WELCOME TO MANUFACTURING, where every day has it's challenges.
I love all the people that I work with. We have such a diverse work force. There is a lot of talent here at Tiffany and Co.. It hasn't even started to be tapped yet. We have a bright future here!
The hardest part of my job has been the challenge our management has had of putting together the team we have here now, and seeing a lot of great people leave us for other opportunities. It's hard to see the good ones leave, but I also understand.
The most enjoyable part of my job: I love what I do, and I love working for a great company that I can be proud to say that I work for! I work for a dependable company that I don't have to worry that I may not have a job tomorrow. That's very important for me. I can't wait to see what the future holds for me here at Tiffany and Co. – less
IT Deployment Specialist (Former Employee), Parsippany, NJ – January 17, 2014
Participated in all aspects of new store openings and facility renovations. Documented all processes as they pertained to deployment phases. Configured 2008 HP Proliant Servers, created new network shares, setup NTFS permissions and server roles, created all network print queues and assigned IP address on new servers and subnets using Infoblox Administration. – more... Documented all projects, including new store setups and software deployments using Microsoft Project documentation. – less
a representative for Tiffany & Co (Current Employee), London, ENG – January 9, 2014
Great customers, funny moments, weird and wonderful. Tiffany is a place were dreams are made and fulfilled, it doesn't matter if you're spending £100 or £100,000,000, in Tiffany you're treated like a king.
Tiffany & Company offered many opportunities for skill enhancement and professional growth. The work environment was very team oriented and allowed me to assist in creating wonderful memories in the lives of many clients and customers.
Polisher (Former Employee), Cumberland, RI – December 28, 2013
i worked for tiffany for two and a half years in everyday on time always better then expected work performence. laid off due to lack off work.cents then applied ten or more times to get my job back when they were looking for help.never hiring me back.i don't understand why they are treting me like this. this location of tiffany is in R.I.
Seasonal Sales Associate (Former Employee), Manhasset, NY – November 20, 2013
Pros: employee discount
Cons: the decline in in-store traffic.
Seasonal position's ends quickly, but it gives you an opportunity to learn more about the business structure of this iconic brand and a gives the temporary employee a small window into the great employee discount. It was an experience that I wouldn't trade for the world!
Sale Professional (Current Employee), Las Vegas, NV – November 13, 2013
My everyday task at Tiffany and Co is welcoming customers, listening to their gift giving needs and providing creative solutions using your art of styling. Most importantly, I will seek opportunities to exceed customer expectations in every transaction and help the store exceed sales plan.
Tiffany and Co teaches me how to be a good listener, how to – more... listen to customers' problems and concerns and find the right solutions within my authority to solve the problem. I also learn about team work and how to help my colleagues to achieve their goals and the store's goal.
The hardest part of my job is to find the solutions for the customers' concern.
The most enjoyable part of my job is interacting with customers, get to know them and establish the relationship with them. – less