JYSK
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JYSK Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Jan Bøgh
    53%
    approve of Jan Bøgh's performance
  • Founded
    1996
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    €4m to €22m (EUR)
  • Industry
    Retail & Wholesale
  • Link
    JYSK website
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 938 reviews and is evolving.

2.0020203.0020211.672022

Reviews

Sales Assistant in Naas, County Kildare
on 26 May 2022
Work people
JYSK overall was a ok company to work for each store has very little staff which makes it very stressful you are over worked for the amount you receive, the people are amazing
Sales Assistant in Limerick, County Limerick
on 26 April 2022
JYSK Limerick horrible place to work
STAY AWAY. The worst company and place to work. Extremely stressful. Overworked and underpaid. Abused constantly by customers because the place is so disorganised. Managers do NOT support staff or help in any way. Do not bother to work here. The application process is so long and ridiculous. Staff leave all the time. Truly the worst place to work. They will tell you they are a company that cares about staff, but they do not one bit. So many problems with this company. AVOID at all cost!!
Sales Assistant in Waterford, County Waterford
on 30 March 2022
Overworked and underpaid
A very stressful environment physically and mentally, very bad work environment and the company claims to care but will use you as another body that they can push as much as possible for as little given back as possible
Retail Sales Assistant in Ireland
on 30 October 2021
Hard labour for minimum wage
Very stressful and unorganised job, sales Assistant works tills, stocks shelves, cleans, sorts stock room and other tasks. When at the tills the sales Assistant must go into stock room and put boxes as heavy as 35kg+ on trolleys to bring back out to customer all day long. That is if the item is ever in stock, continuously given out to by the customer due to no stock of many items. Busy shop with 2-3 tills open which results in customers complaining daily to the over worked staff. Click and collect on the website is very often wrong with stock levels. Given the hard labour of lifting boxes all day long which results in back pain you would think you’d get more than minimum wage. There is a bonus every month but still the pay does not equal the work. Very large turnover for this reason.
Sales Assistant/Area Responsible in Limerick
on 13 July 2021
Very poor company to work for.
In the interview they inform you that they care about there staff as a top priority. However, I have never worked for a company that cares so little for its staff. Highly labour intensive, huge work load placed on staff for absolutely nothing in return. They pay a little above minimum wage. Honestly congratulations its the least they may do for what they expect. Ordering system is an absolute disgrace resulting in angry customers taking it out on staff every single day of the week. Poorest management I have ever seen in a company don't even get me started.

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