Bullies and favorites never change of shift pattern new managers have favorites no team workits gone right down hill no weekends off Dont waste energy only good thing is pays well training is no existant u are thrown straight into it
some of the management needed to remember they were just a shift manager. the attitude towards other staff was shocking and was never reviewed when complaints were made. alot of staff left because of this management figure
Sales Assistant (Former Employee) – Hythe, Kent – 8 August 2017
My typical day was planned , I New what I was doing from day to day . I learned how to work the till , cash lifts and money movement , was trained with refuelling petrol pumps . Filling shelves , working on my own ,
a typical day at work would involve serving customers, filling shelves and cleaning duties, i learnt hear that some customers demand a lot from the staff here, the hardest part is having a list of jobs to do in a short space of time.
Sales Assistant (Former Employee) – Hampshire United Kingdom – 5 February 2017
A typical day would start off with delivery, in this i got to learn how to do stock counts and organisation of the products being sold. At this time i also got familiar with how the tills operated during busy periods of the day allowing me to be confident in situations that needed to be dealt with. The employees were of different ages, this allowed me to have different conversation with everyone and broadened my knowledge of everyone's lifestyle in comparison to my own. The hardest part of the job was probably the issues with customers if they have complaints because we as staff always had to keep the situation professional and deal with the issues in the best possible way. the most rewarding would be completing tasks on time and seeing the locals with a smile on their face from the hard work that we as a team continuously put in to the company.
Sales Assistant (Former Employee) – Heysham, ENG – 23 August 2014
this was a very close group and we supported each other. We achieved a monthly improvement on sales figures and were regarded as the leading petrol station in the lancaster and wider area and regularly received visits from area manager and praise
A typical day at work would be stocking shelves and serving customers. I learned to become more confident with interacting with customers and how to use the system which BP use along with the lottery machine.
Sales assistant (Current Employee) – Milton Keynes, ENG – 2 February 2014
Working for bp was good, the experience i gained in a full time job was good and the pay was ok. I am only leaving BP as I need a change from retail and the environment I work in as I need to experience new experiences and learn new lessons to advance in a career that is more appropriate for myself.
Sales Assistant (Former Employee) – Petersfield, ENG – 8 August 2013
serving customers from counter helping to pack their shopping carriers keeping behind till area clean n tidy making sure there were no hidden dangers for cashiers to trip or fall over management were ok i s,pose never interfered unless pacifically asked a question co-workers fine always lending a hand when needed hardest part was the long standing behind the counter,enjoyable was the chatting with customers as you were serving them n packing there bags