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been here for almost a year. you make good friendships with the staff, but the work is really really demanding. you do get used to it after a while but man, they need to pay us more
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Working here will only be fun if you're close with the workers

Experience working here wasn't bad but I recommend reaching out to peers and making friends or else working here will be miserable. especially since management now isn't as supportive compared to how it was back then. The only problem with the store is the no AC and standing for long hours.
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Mixed Experience - Consider Carefully

Here are some of my experience at Uniqlo Richmond Centre. Positives:-Above Minimum Wage Pay: Uniqlo pays $2 above the minimum wage, which is certainly a plus. It reflects their commitment to providing competitive compensation.-Promotion Opportunities: The company offers a chance for advancement every three months, which is a great incentive for employees looking to grow within the organization.-Friendly Co-workers: I had the privilege of working with friendly and supportive co-workers, which made the daily grind more enjoyable.Negatives:-Communication Breakdown: One of the significant drawbacks was the lack of effective communication between management and employees. Clear and consistent communication is vital for a productive work environment.-Favouritism and Treatment of Employees: Unfortunately, there appeared to be a noticeable bias towards employees hired through different means, who were granted faster advancement opportunities. What was even more concerning was how employees who did not meet the company's "standard" were treated poorly. -Unrealistic Standards: The company often set unrealistic standards for employees, making tasks more difficult than necessary. These high expectations could lead to stress and burnout among the workforce, and it's essential for the company to strike a balance between setting ambitious goals and ensuring employees can realistically achieve them.-Stressful Visits from Higher-Ups: Almost weekly visits from higher-ups created a stressful work environment for leaders, which, unfortunately, trickles down to employees. This constant - 


Good pay, Good co-workers


Management, communication breakdown, rude customers, super long hours.
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A very good place to work at but management is kinda bad

I have been working at uniqlo for the past almost 2 years and it's a really good company that gives a good decent pay but the work is really stressful and we don't get enough support from the management
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Productive workplace

You have a lot of autonomy when it comes to styling. As long as you know what you're doing, management will let you do your work. Plenty of room for growth and development
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good job if you are into fashion and like retail

It was alright fast work and long hours of standing. There are tons of gossip among each other. They want you to do everything before the shifts ends.


good pay


long hours
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Good for experience, some people peer trip after promotion

Fast paced, place barely has air conditioning, only fun if there’s people u like, don’t get intimidated by power tripping individuals, sweating balls hole working




Long hours and standing
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It was alright

Really loved my co-workers. Was quite stressful at times especially if you worked full time. On super busy holidays was required to work almost 12 hours so its good to keep that in mind.
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BAD! If you want bad and mean co-workers, go there!- Bad supervidors and leaders- Nobody care about your progress-Treat you like you're nothing- Favoritism and gossip all over the workplace- Go there and try yourself




you try
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Toxic, racist and very stressful

This place has at least 8 our of 10 of the most notorious toxic key points of any working environment:- Some leaders (not even managers) humiliates and take advantage of their position.- Culture of spreading gossip around coworkers.- Isolating targets, socially and professionally.- A Racist culture in which if you don't "join" a side you will be constantly bullied. You either join the Chinese second generation group or the Philippine "bros". The culture ain't nothing different than anything you will find in any ghetto high school.- Utterly extensive micromanagement.- Constant distrust upon their employees.- A culture of overwork which is clearly not properly rewarded.- Withholding critical information relevant to the target's job with/without the target's knowledge, not sharing opportunities that could benefit the target.


Slightly above salary from any retail job


Long hours - highly stressful
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3.0 out of 5 stars for Work/Life Balance
3.2 out of 5 stars for Salary/Benefits
3.2 out of 5 stars for Job security/advancement
2.9 out of 5 stars for Management
3.3 out of 5 stars for Culture

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