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I am what more them 16hours from u please I work in the original factory shop in Cleethorpes because my boss not give me any more hours from them

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Short answer, yes. You get paid as long as you clock in and out. Pay is worked out on a smart time machine or on the computer. If you're working, you stay clocked in. You will get paid.

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Most contracts are 30 hours but you can do more or less. Some shifts can be very long and some can be as little as 4 hours. Longest shift you should do is 10 hours. Rotas vary week to week but it all should work out to your contracted hours. Only exception is christmas month.

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Awfull..you start at 6 am. ..and then you finish whenever you are told you will finish. . No work life balance. .If you are a single 20 year old still living with mum n dad great.. If you are older/married /have kids...its a no no as I discovered

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You are not allowed to book holidays in December at all. You still get your usual 2 days off though plus Xmas day and boxing day.

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While working for ALDI as a student they offered me contracted hours that would work around my Degree course. If you are honest with them from the start and willing to be flexible when you can I'm sure they will accommodate you. Shifts can be anything from a 4 hour delivery shift to an 8 hour store shift.

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No all hours where paid

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Flexibility is key. Being able to work at all times is essential. basic hours for a store asst is 25-40

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