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It definitely helps if you are into gaming. If you’re not I wouldn’t bother.

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Lack of hours and poor manager.

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Most of the time you’ll be on the minimum contracted hours. You might occasionally get more to cover holidays. Busy time doesn’t start until October to end of December.

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Sales assistants get paid monthly.

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Honestly, the company needs a complete rehaul. The tilling system is laughable because it is so ancient HOWEVER the company was willing to put money into the new GAME arenas. I consider this to be like spitting in the workers face as a modern, touch-screen tilling system would mean learning the system of operations to be much easier and it would make for speedier transactions.

Fire the Kingston manager; he's useless and is barely on the shop floor to make a decent insight into how we work as a team. No good manager has even been exclusively restricted to back-office work; he/she needs to lead by example and help out front as much as possible.

Have a clear returns policy; I had several customers attempt to find loopholes in the return policy but I didn't let it slide because their reasons were as moronic as "I didn't read the offer correctly online and want a Nintendo Switch now or I'll report you to the manager".

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To increase chance of employment hand your CV into somebody at the store

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Jeans and gaming tshirt

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The benefits are great, the work environment is very open and inviting, and the subject matter is always fun to work with.

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It is rather brief and feels more like a judge of character than suitability for the role.

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