Michael Hill
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The success story that is Michael Hill today, began in 1979 when Michael Hill opened his first store in the New Zealand town of Whangarei, just north of Auckland. Michael's vision was to open 7 stores in 7 years and to create a unique retail jewellery experience, with dramatically different store designs and a product range devoted exclusively to jewellery – more... and to promote it with high impact advertising.

The formula certainly worked and the company grew rapidly, expanding to 10 stores by 1987, the same year it was listed on the New Zealand Stock Exchange.


1987 proved to be an auspicious year, with Michael Hill crossing the Tasman to open its first two Australian stores in the Brisbane suburbs of Indooroopilly and Chermside.


Today, Michael Hill is Australasia's pre-eminent retail jewellery chain, with over 300 stores throughout New Zealand, Australia and Canada. It is owned and operated by Michael Hill International.


Of paramount importance to the company is the ability to offer world class quality and design at an accessible price. We are proud that much of our product is crafted by our own jewellers at our manufacturing division in Australia.


Michael Hill is the winner of numerous prestigious retail and design awards, including the celebrated Australian gemstone awards.


The group employs close to 3000 staff in retailing, manufacturing, and administration. Listed on the New Zealand Stock Exchange, Michael Hill is the most profitable, publicly listed retail jeweller in Australia and New Zealand.
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What is it like to work at Michael Hill?

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What are people saying about the leadership at Michael Hill?

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of employees approve of Daniel Bracken’s performance as CEO
CEO Approval is based on 98 ratings
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Written by Frontline Sales Person (Former Employee) from Upper Hutt, N on 18 October 2014
My day was as a frontline sales person where i would interact daily with people coming in, I found work quite repetitive here as they are very set in their ways and in their approached, this stop them interacting with customers in making them feel welcoming nor open and genuine. I hence stuck to just being me and using my personality when customers - more...
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