Often - it is a hit or a miss. Overtime is not usually available at the end of the tax year or when the company is saving money. However, during summer and Christmastime there is usually plenty.
Answered - Sales Advisor (Current Employee) - Scotland
Always overtime when the busier periods for retail start
Answered - Catering Manager (Former Employee) - Winchester, Hampshire
Possibly, there should be overtime available if it is needed
Answered - Sales Assistant (Former Employee) - Newcastle upon Tyne
Overtime is given to employees weeks in advance and put onto rotas like normal contracted hours. This means staff can work many hours (An actual example 6 contracted- 30 worked) but not accumulate hardly any holiday pay.
Answered - Shop Assistant (Current Employee) - Basildon, Essex
Yes especially at peak times.
Answered - Sales manager (Current Employee) - Nuneaton
At times if they were at panic stations which was frequent
Answered - Supervisor (Former Employee) - Inverness, Highland
Yes there is often overtime available
Answered - Sales Assistant (Former Employee) - Swindon
Yes when budgets are not cut.
Answered - Senior Sales Assistant (Current Employee) - Cardiff City, Cardiff
No, I was never till trained and therefore was never offered any over time.
Answered - Sales Assistant and Merchandiser (Former Employee) - Plymouth, Devon
Dependant on your manager.
Some months they would give you full time and the next month they would have no budget to cover hours so no overtime available
Answered - SALES ADVISOR (Former Employee) - Aberdeen, Aberdeen City