Pep first opened its store in 1965 in De Aar in the Northern Cape. Today it has more than 2000 retail stores and is the largest single-brand retailer in Southern Africa. Over the years the company has become well-established as a leading outlet, offering affordable clothing, accessories and cell phone products.
The company, which employs 15 000 people, also owns a clothing factory in Cape Town and manufactures most of its school wear.
With more than 50% of Pep’s store managers being promoted from within the company, Pep’s performance has gone from strength to strength.
Pep has shown double digit growth for the past 14 years for both sales and operating profit.
According to Payscale, Pep typically pays its employees 9% above market expectations.
More about what Pep Store Salary you can expect:
A career at Pep Stores may offer individuals various opportunities for growth. The company firmly believes in equity and fairness.
After the application process as well as the interview process, short-listed applicants will be contacted directly within four weeks.
The company offers a range of services, which require numerous staff members with various skills and qualifications.
The company sells clothing and footwear, homeware, FMCG, cellular and airtime products, Capfin loans, funeral policies, and offers cross-border money transfers.
The average Pep Store Salary ranges from R2118 per month for shop assistants to R18 111 per month for supervisors.
A Retail Store Manager at Pep can earn about R7710 per month, while a cashier working at Pep earns about R2934 per month. A manager’s duties include the administration of payments related to imported goods, ensuring that gross profits are calculated correctly. The manager will also be responsible for the control of account reconciliations as well as for increasing sales, the minimisation of stock loss and the management of the team.
Merchandise Planners can expect to earn between R278 728 and R587 796 per annum.
For more about Pep Store Salary expectations, visit www.pepstores.com