The working hours are good but in the mornings make sure you give yourself plenty of time to get there and don't be late. I used get a drink from the coffee machine or soup just to wake me up. Also you had to be down at your department for your chats and where your going to be working and to what duties they give you 5 minutes unites before six I used to get there for 10 to 6 or 5 to 6.
I enjoyed 6am to 2pm as you had time for rest when you came back if by any chance the staff line managers come up to you and ask if you could do extra hour take it will be another hour added in to your wages the following week. The 2pm till the 10pm was also good but had to get a taxi from boots to home. I enjoyed these hours.
Days ok,hate the evenings
Answered - Pharmacy Delivery Driver (Current Employee) - England
I was on a 24 hour contract and ended up doing 45 hours a week! They didn't care that I had a child to look after so ended up leaving because they wouldn't stick with my 24 hours.
Part time but might as well be full time.
Answered - PDC driver (Current Employee) - Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear
9-5 very convenient
Answered - Shop Assistant (Former Employee) - Great Yarmouth, Norfolk
The working hours weren't very great as I never got a choice as to what hours I worked because they weren't set hours which meant i could never plan anything with friends or family because id have no choice in my rota hours.
Answered - Trainee Pharmacy Advisor (Former Employee) - Newton Stewart, Dumfries and Galloway
There what I signed up for,
Am route 0845-1300
Pm route 1345-1700
Eve route 1730-2030
Its the now lack of breaks I have an issue with.
Answered - boots pharmacy delivery driver (Former Employee) - Somerset
Working hours were ok
Answered - Optical Consultant (Former Employee) - Rotherham, South Yorkshire
My hours were only eight per week since it was a Christmas temp position, these hours were split over two days
Answered - Customer Assistant (Former Employee) - Glasgow, Glasgow