Oxylane Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Decathlon S.A. (French pronunciation: ​[dekatlɔ̃]) is a French sporting goods retailer. With over 1,500 stores in 57 countries, it is the largest sporting goods retailer in the world. Its holding company was formerly known as Oxylane.

An employee shares his experience on glassdoor.com, "Work conditions at Oxylane can vary greatly from a particular team to another. Technical aspects are often seen as not important or less important (although this is changing). There can be a gap in the relationship between "internal" and "external" (It provider, etc.). Working hours flexibility could be nice in some cases ( 9 to 6 every day...)"


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Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"no HR, politics at low level, human value is zero, the work load is not equally distributed, Performance is not rewarded"

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"little to learn in each job; low ambition of the bosses; not much career expectations for people who are not friends with the boss."

Former Employee - Production Leader says

"Nothing - In my opinion"

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"Limited salary. Few options for progress, unless you're working in central offices. Promotions only available for people willing to move far away"

Former Employee - Logistics Operator says

"- Malleable work schedules (if you end up working alone, with no colleague from your team, you'll work as a dog) - Physically tiring job (having to lift boxes, carry them etc) - Permanent workers were lazy and wouldn't help you that much (they were already permanent) - Crappy payment for such a tiring job"

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