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Erratic hours. Favourite drivers can pick and chose their hours and everyone else has to fit in. You could have 4 or more hours one night if the 'special ones' are off that night and be sent home after an hour the next because they can stay until the end. Pay and tips just not enough to make this worthwhile in the long term.

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Respect their employees, encourage teamworking and not trying to 'one-up' each other and plan the shifts. Of course you can't know how many orders there will be each night until the shift progresses but having drivers hanging around and then sending people home whilst others stay until past midnight due an increase in orders seems daft to me.

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I was on rota for 4 evenings per week starting at 18.00 and some nights I was there until gone midnight, other nights I was back home by 19:30 after just one or two deliveries if I was lucky so 1-2 pound in my pocket! Forget making any plans on your rota days as it is impossible to know what hours you will work

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No preparation needed at all, they will take anyone on. As long as you are available you will get a job

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You are paid every month.
Dependant on the hours you do, you must ensure that you are clocked in at the store you start working at.
Working at the various stores, I have been able to ensure that the store had a personal id number which would mean that I was clocked for the correct amount of hours.

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No set amount of hours and no motivation to stay there.no job satisfaction.

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Send in your cv or call for an application form. They usually ring you very quickly after that asking you to pop into the store for an informal chat with the manager and then your in. You are given a website and access details which you need to complete before you start. This is just some videos and questions which are fairly easy but if you do get any wrong you have to watch the whole section again which is really annoying but pass this then that's it.

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Last Friday of each month

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Black trousers n shoes and white shirt.

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