Stress. Pay may be better than most, but ain't worth it. Each store has there own way of working.
Some stores don't give store assistants variety, they favour specific people due to (age, background). Some people can be on a till every shift they work, and some may never work a till in months.
Very biased environment
The pressure put on you and the unsociable hours, and the disregard of care for the staff unless you’re a favourite for the managers.
The long hours and weekend work.
Constantly being rotated on the late shifts for over a full month and not being given a mixed shift pattern from week to week when I have a five year old
Constantly working the late shifts when I have a family at home who I rarely see mixed shifts would be nice
Answered - Deputy Store Manager (Former Employee) - Wiltshire
To attend university
Answered - Stock Assistant (Former Employee) - Wickford
For the comments listed above
Answered - Assistant Manager (Former Employee) - England
The amount of competition for the higher rolls, constant employing of senior managers externally instead of doing internal promotions and training.
Answered - Trainee Manager (Former Employee) - Blackpool, Lancashire