Nespresso Coffee Specialist (Former Employee) – Chinook, AB – 21 May 2018
it's a fun place to learn and practice your customer service skills. ofc it depends on where you are with who you work with. customers are always going to be the same everywhere. good ones and bad ones. fun busy place to work at.
Team Leader/Supervisor (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 25 May 2018
The company loves to hire externally instead of promoting employees within. You learn a lot while working and training is well done and in depth but there is no chance of moving up in the company. Working in retail is hard enough, and they don't look out for the best interests of the staff.
Stock Associate (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 26 February 2018
It was a good place to work, i learned how they did their stock their form of fifo,fefo. The management was always nice and understanding. The hardest part of the job was probably walking the stock palets through the hudsons bays isles. The most enjoyable was when i was putting the stock away or talking with other staff workers. The work places culture had a large variety to it so every day provided a good fulfillment.
Could learn at my own pace
sometimes you got more shipments then expected on a day
Category Marketing Manager (Current Employee) – Montreal – 8 February 2018
I love the brand and the team! After 12 years in the cosmetic industry they gave me the opportunity to work in the food industry. Nespresso is very special. I kept the luxury aspect that I like very much and learn everyday about the coffee. Still a young brand in Canada with a huge potential. Everyday is a challenge though as coffee is so important in North America in people's consumption and competition is pretty big.
I love the analytical part of my job. It's all about recruitment of new members and annual consumption of existing members. The team is amazing too. People are so dedicated.
Amazing team in Toronto great product and employee benefits
Boutique Manager (Former Employee) – Toronto – 15 January 2018
Fantastic product that is easy to get behind. Fast growing in Toronto area which makes it an exciting company to work for. The business is growing faster than the team so some departments are unable to support the retail environment.
Day to day it's a fun environment but a lack of support from the retail department at the head office leads to last minute demands, a fast changing environment that is at times an exciting challenge and at times impossible to plan for as well as a lack of support during urgent situations.
Head office in Montreal means HR is behind on Ontario policy changes
Team Leader (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 7 December 2017
Probably one of my favourites jobs I had, If I had the opportunity to go back I would in a heart beat. The company takes care of it's employees, the product they sell is A class. The customer satisfaction is amazing! Very well run company.
Regional Sales Manager (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 25 October 2017
The role is offer great work-life balance as any remote job would offer. However, the management team and manager leads are atrocious. There is very little talent behind the Canada team but rampant with politics. I would not endorse working for this company.
low pay, weak management, inexperienced management, personal evaluation is fixed regardless of contribution, overall, a terrible place to work. there's much more to companies than its brand
Boutique Specialist (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 17 October 2017
These people really support racism if it's coming from customers. They expect you to stay quite while there is an arrogant customer insulting your religion. Anyways the management doesnt respect your personal life.
Gestionnaire des stocks (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – 3 September 2017
Le travail d'équipe est présent tout comme l'ambiance qui permet à chaque employé de rester motivé et souriant à chaque journée. Il n'y a pas de pression globalement et travailler chez Nestlé via Nespresso peut être un plus sur votre CV.
Coffee Specialist (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 25 July 2017
While I worked at Nespresso Canada, I often would not get my weekly schedule until Monday or Tuesday. My superiors often gossiped about the other employees and other superiors. As well the oranization and willingness to work together within a managment level was sub-par.
Boutique and Coffee Specialist (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 22 June 2017
The manager at Nespresso wasn't able to keep up with paperwork. Therefore, I would help complete it, due to them being unable to get other staff to comply with filling in daily duty sheets. They treat employees unequally. They picked on certain people to follow dress code, when other employees refuse to follow it. They also let certain employees get away with multiple things, due to having relationships with them. Also, management has trouble dealing with issues when the first arise with employees, rather they let a situation get worse before informing an employee they are doing something wrong. Overall, I liked Nespresso as a company and the customer base. However, the ,management needs to implement strategies to improve the workplace culture drastically.
- able to work with team well
- management communication skills caused many discrepancies in the expectations of employees
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 5 April 2017
A typical day at work involved me interacting with customers and employees i worked with. i learned about important it was to be a team leader. The workplace culture was good, Everyone treated each other with respect. The hardest part about the job unfortunately was getting paid on time. The most enjoyable was being able to pick your shifts and the people you get to work with
SPECIALISTE CAFÉ (Former Employee) – Quebec City, QC – 11 December 2016
les gens sont très accueillants, le travail est plaisant, par contre, il y a une ambiance stressante du au faite des nombreuses contraintes et exigences apportées par la direction. Le salaire est bien, les heures varies de semaine en semaine et il y a un manque de stabilité.