Area Manager (Current Employee) - Gauteng, Gauteng - 11 March 2020
Business is high pressured and poor work/life balance. Remunaration and benefits can be better. It's a stable institution to work for
with opportunity for growth for lower
positions in the business: advancement is limited the higher the position.
it is an okay environments, the company gives you growth as a start and a great head start and it opens opportunities for your future.
if you are a young professional, its a great company to start up your career
Wellness Assistant (Current Employee) - South Africa - 2 March 2020
Great opportunities presented in the form of training and learnerships but the expectations are set way above what a single person can achieve. I understand as a company they have to make profit but if it’s at the expense of a staff member’s mental well being then it’s not a good sign. Slapping an employee wellness programme in place should not be the end of your moral obligation to staff. Compassion and empathy sorely lacking in management. Managers gossiping endlessly about staff and handing out warnings like free candy. Always fighting about salaries being less than what they should be because management didn’t capture sick leave or annual leave. Salary increases barely cover the cost of goods and service price increases. Completely sucked the passion of my job and the joy of customer interaction right out of me
You have many amenities such as a hairdresser, cafeteria and book sales. Most employees are young and vibrant with some tenure staff as well. Daily tasks include capturing data and pulling reports and weekly meetings.