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SUPERDRY Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Euan Sutherland
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    €428m to €856bn (EUR)
  • Industry
  • Headquarters
    Unit 60, The Runnings, Ch...
  • Link
    SUPERDRY website
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Rating is calculated based on 342 reviews and is evolving.



Assistant Store Manager in Cork, County Cork
on 7 March 2022
Nothing special, expected more
I didn't feel it was a job for me. The salary was low, no other benefits even for an Assistant manager. No proper training provided. They expect you to be able to do everything without any training. Wouldn't recommend the place
Sales Assistant in Blanchardstown, County Dublin
on 10 May 2022
Good first job wouldn’t stay for too long
Stressful, managers don’t know their jobs at time. No push from the mangers to help drive sales. Sly comments from managers to staff about their work participation. Constant change in everything that is done within the shop: nothing stays the same for any period of time.Threats given to staff from management about losing their jobs for being 2/3 minutes late. Over worked and underpaid for what is done. Staff are expected to know everything that isn’t in their job description. Managers are not trained properly and don’t know their jobs.
Sales Assistant in Dundrum, County Dublin
on 1 March 2022
Started off being the best workplace I’d ever been in, management made it turn sour
I made some of the best lifelong friends here, learned so much from brilliant managers. Life experience that I will forever carry with me. However, management changed over (zero managers for approx 2 months) and everything went to the dogs immediately. Bullying, sly comments, I was discouraged from going for a promotion (that I had previously been in the process of getting trained for before covid hit) and it ended up being a blessing in disguise because I can’t imagine anything worse than working along side/ under the current managers.
Sales Assistant in Blanchardstown, County Dublin
on 7 February 2022
Good to work for
Good place to work for management are nice and are accommodating to days off and availability and are usually quite understanding I enjoyed my time working here thoroughly
Sales Assistant in Cork, County Cork
on 10 October 2021
Bitter sweet
I really enjoyed working here for awhile and then I found the work place to get a little bit toxic , I feel like the employees who really work hard do not get praised enough and are treated harder than those who do not work that hard , for example I feel like I would break my back all day while the favourites/ managers stood around and chatted or were in their phones and if I stopped for one minute or didn’t do something up to standard once I was made feel as if I wasn’t working hard enough, I got really ill at one stage and I felt like I couldn’t call in sick because I would be made feel guilty for it and I also feel like there is no room to progress only if a staff member leaves and they are desperate for management. I learned a lot of skills and had great times but I also had a lot of tough times and felt disrespected a lot

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