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

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The working hours are the big downside. Mostly you work part-time on contracted hours, with overtime available on top. This does work in your favour over busy periods but during quiet periods it can be hard to use it as your main source of income. Probably best for those with a second income or students.

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Lack of hours and poor manager.

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Sales assistants get paid monthly.

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Group interview, mock selling to the staff, fun and interactive interview to bring out the qualities we look for.

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It was a group interview at Christmas and it was to see what your team skills were like as well as seeing if you knew much about gaming.

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Comfortable clothing, be yourself that is the main thrive we look for when hiring, individuality is KEY! stand out to us its what were looking for. dont be ashamed of being different its what we want.

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Why do you want to join the game team

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They worked around my college commitments very nicely.

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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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