Avoid at all costs
Started working as unit manager, I was told that the current manager ,
who was leaving would be there to show me the ropes, turns out she had walked out. I had the odd member from another branch( struggle to spare anybody though) that would come to help, or I went to another branch, but it was always too busy to be showed anything, but I felt they expected me to know everything.
I had only one member of staff , so was interviewing on day 2, took two staff on, one walked out after a couple of weeks as it was a joke, so was interviewing again. Couldn’t keep staff .
The job itself was hectic, never enough hours in the day to do everything, that needed to be done, so the 8 hours they pay you for ended up More like 10 or more , just to try and get organised, which made my salary , when all hours worked were taken into account, not much more than minimum wage. I ended up staying over to get things done that I couldn’t do whilst open. So no work life balance.