Sales Assistant (Current Employee) – London, Greater London – 22 January 2018
You may start as a customer advisor but there are lots of opportunities to advance your career in different areas, healthcare, beauty, management. They provide lots of different training courses and support your development
Sales Assistant (Former Employee) – Staines-upon-Thames – 4 January 2018
i loved every minute of working at boots my salary was good around Christmas time its very busy and it does get harder but whats a challenge for!! i would very highly recommended a job at boots i enjoyed it very much.
Sales Assistant (Former Employee) – London, Greater London – 22 December 2017
I worked for this company for 4 months as a delivery driver. The management was really unorganised. My manager was an okay bloke. Sometimes i was asked to work awkward long hours, but it was on a 7.5 hour contract, so i could deny them sometimes. After a while i was only being asked to work maximum 15 hours a week. Maybe they found someone who was willing to work unreasonably long hours.
Once they forgot to include a weeks pay in my payslip. My manager tells me he will contact payroll and it will be rectified. It wasnt. And this happened for a couple of months in a row im still chasing it up.I have to keep waiting for the next pay day for tax purposes apparently. I went to contact payroll myself and the man was very stern and slightly rude, as he told me repeatedly he is not interested in talking to me unless im a manager who works at boots. I cant find any other avenue to fix this problem.
I got £20 christmas bonus, better than nothing.
I wouldnt work for them again, simply because i have no faith in their abilities to pay me for what i have earnt.
Sales Assistant (Former Employee) – Hounslow – 16 December 2017
I have learnt how to dealing with stocks and stacking shelves, and I have learned how to help customers with their enquiries. The hardest part of the job was probably picking up the litters with our hands.
Christmas Sales Assistant (Former Employee) – Walsall, West Midlands – 11 December 2017
Started as Christmas temp in October,finishing on Xmas day, all Xmas temps BULLIED and spoken to like dirt. Also nobody answers phones when you have to ring in because of adverse weather or illness then get told off the next day. Plus NO name badge and no training given. Be careful before you take a job here. Very ‘cliquey’ too
I had a really good experience with Boots.I did it as part of my work experience from school and a really enjoyed it.The people there are so nice and helpful and you can get along with them easily and quickly,
Sales Assistant (Former Employee) – Kingston upon Thames – 19 November 2017
Working as a sales assistant enabled me to improve me time management skills as I was constantly productive and simultaneously assist the customers. The staff were a pleasure to work with and the general atmosphere was lively. However the hardest part is that the store is always busy and so it can get a little stressful. The stock replenishment was the most enjoyable part of the job.
A typical day was going in and being a set of tasks to complete before the end of the day. this included stock taking, stacking shelves and preparing prescriptions behind the counter. the atmosphere is lively and friendly staff.