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I left for about a month temporarily, just to make a point. Dreadfully understaffed manager-wise, having only three managers at a £20,000/week store, one of which could and would only open. This opener would repeatedly just not turn up to her shift (meaning the store would not be open to customers), meaning I or my boyfriend (the other manager) would have to go in on our days off or do doubles or go from close to open.

The area manager said he had it in hand and would deal with it, whilst making sure to constantly slate her with names - which by all means were true, but still not very professional - and even by the time she resigned never got resolved.

So they were left with 0 managers and it was the most satisfying, smug feeling I've ever felt in my life!

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Proper training, proper shifts and hours. make sure the staff know how to act profesionally. have a member of staff on duty soley for cleaning and restocking. actually follow the hygiene rules and regulatins. have more than 1 till accepting cash payments.

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Worse than it was a year ago. Still a current employee and the place will force you to carry trackers with you at all times via the smart phones they give to you. Worker exploitation is beyond what you can imagine. Suppose to be finishing at 10 pm? May as well throw your plans for that day out the window cause if the store is busy in even not so busy you can be expected or without even asked to stay back sometimes 4 hours after your supposed finish times. Recently to battle this the manage have now changed actual finish times till "late" instead of a more traditional precise time. You as a driver will be asked to put your back out carrying crates of soft drinks upstairs or down when the refrigerator needs refilling. Forced to answer phones and use the computers to take orders with no training. Any tips you do make you must keep hidden from view or management will snatch it faster than a magpie. Still a current driver but hopefully not much longer. Avoid!

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Say anything, they're desperate

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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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Walk into a store, ask for an application form. Fill it out ASAP, hand it back into them with a CV and wait for a resonse! They normally get back to you very quickly.

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Last Friday of each month

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No interview - simply when can you start as long as you have UK right to work.

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