T-Mobile: Job Role and Organizational Structure

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Name: Rubel Ahmed
Teacher: Lillian
Unit: unit 4
In this assignment I will explain the job roles of T-Mobile. I will also discuss the structure that the organisation is. T-Mobile
Sales assistant
What We Are Looking For:
Great attitude
The role of this job is to provide motivation for the sales team to do well and increase the amount of sales that they make. They have to make sure that the sales team is loyal and polite to customers so that customers come more to shop at their store. Also they have to make sure that the experience for customers is good and pleasurable so that they come in to the store more. Location: Cardiff

Earnings: £250 - £350 OTE Starting
Branch Manager
Job summary
Branch Manager
Dorothy Perkins
£28,000 - £34,000 per annum plus up to 30% paid out every 6 months Branch Manager - The Role
we have an exciting opportunity for a Branch Manager position in our Sheffield Store. This role gives you total accountability for managing all aspects of the store. You will be responsible for recruiting, leading, motivating and developing your team to maximise profit. You will also be expected to maintain the highest merchandising standards, provide exceptional customer service, and ensure effective cost reduction and profit protection procedures are in place. Branch Manager - The Candidate

We are interested in hearing from talented people who really want to progress their career in retail management, have strong commercial awareness, are customer service focused and have excellent communication, planning and organising skills. Branch Manager - The Benefits

In return we will offer you a fantastic range of benefits, along with exceptional development and career progression opportunities that run right across the Arcadia Group. Floor manager
Floor Manager
Premium Fashion Brand
£20,000 per annum plus Bonus and Benefits
Floor Manager - Leeds - £20,000 + Bonus and Benefits
My client is from an extremely successful umbrella of brands which are looking for a Floor Manager for their new store opening in Leeds. The youthful trend led brand is considered premium on the High Street. Your role will involve leading your team by example to achieve high sales and customer service, whilst ensuring the floor is replenished. This role is right for anyone with a strong fashion retail background in a fast paced store which is trend led along with a commercial background. The ideal candidate will be a dynamic and enthusiastic individual that will currently be currently an assistant manager or experienced Supervisor with at least a £1m turnover. In return for your hard work you will receive excellent support and a basic salary of up to £20,000. Structure of the organisation

The structure of T-Mobile is hierarchical because it is an international company which employs a lot of people, also because it is a large organisation too. There are directors at the top and managers all the way down to staffs in different fields. They need lots of workers in different fields so that they can keep up to date with all the tasks and mainly keep the business running. There are dangers in having too many levels which are as follows: •Employees may consider the boss of the company has no idea how they feel or what they think •Information may become distorted as it passes down the levels •If lots of people need to be consulted then it may take a long time to make decisions. •Important information may not reach the people who matter if senior managers only listen to their intermediate subordinates P2

In this assignment I will identify the deferent organisation structures you can expect to find in businesses. Flat structures
Taking out levels of hierarchy creates a flatter organization structure. This mainly for small businesses for example corner...
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