Questions and Answers about Debenhams

Here's what people have said about working and interviewing at Debenhams.

View all 49 questions about Debenhams

How are the working hours like


Help jobseekers learn about the company by being objective and to the point.
Your answer will be posted publicly. Please don't submit any personal information. Guidelines

10 answers

The working hours are planned around what you can do, and they are able to work around your home life.

Answered - Sales Assistant (Part-Time) (Current Employee) - Portsmouth

Report answer

The hours were good

Answered - Visual Merchandiser (Former Employee) - Coventry, West Midlands

Report answer

If you ever needed time off or extra hours they were always accepting and willing to help.

Answered - Sales assistant (Former Employee) - Swindon

Report answer

Quite flexible hours

Answered - Supervisor (Former Employee) - London

Report answer

Can vary from 4 to 40 hours.

Answered - Shop Assistant (Current Employee) - Basildon, Essex

Report answer

I was only in on saturdays but the overtime is good

Answered - Sales Assistant (Former Employee) - Hastings, East Sussex

Report answer

Terrible, rota gets changed every few days without even being told. Make you do overtime and forget to pay you!

Answered - Loss Prevention Assistant (Former Employee) - Staines-upon-Thames

Report answer

Day shidt And Night shifts AM to PM and PM to AM

Answered - Customer Service Assistant/Cashier (Former Employee) - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire

Report answer

The working hours are fine as you don't always have to work long hours as most people there work in shifts, but sometimes the hours seem long and tedious when you don't have much to do around the shop floor. I found, the management to be excellent and you could always tell that they were trying their best to make everyone happy and to keep the running of the shop smooth running and straightforward.

Answered - Shop Floor Assistant (Former Employee) - Sheffield

Report answer

Full time but overtime is usually required to get anything done because of understaffing

Answered - Store Trainer (Former Employee) - Scotland

Report answer