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They are very flexible with working hours and generous employee discounts and staff events. A lot of travel can be required.
Bi-yearly discounts on Nike.com, 50% off company store purchases (off RRP), 25% off in store purchases (on top of store promotions)
Amazing discounts and a great company that cares for employees and making a positive change.
25% discount at own store as well as the ability to also apply any other general discounts that might be on offer because of a sale for example if there is 40% off sportswear you would get the 40% off plus your extra 25%, 40% discount at Employee store, nike dollars if store makes budget and other KPIs for the month (this is currently under review)
Great employee discounts and flexibility in shifts
You get 20% off already discounted items as it as a factory store I worked at. Casuals get 15% off and whenever there were sales you would receive a maximum of 50% on items on sale e.g. 30% sale = Full Timers/Part-Timers would receive 50% whereas Casuals would receive 45%.
The worst thing To get your bonus, the global, regional and local business have to exceed targets, not just the individual .
Best thing was that we could get discounts on the newest products. Worst thing was our monthly bonuses were store credit which we could only use in store.
Competitive remuneration, pay for performance bonus and base pay increases, great product discount and access to numerous learning and development opportunities.
Great Company, Lots of perks and discounts.
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