If you're looking for your first jib, this is great. If you already have a mortgage to pay off, this is okay. If you're looking to get a mortgage to buy a house... you won't get one working here as they don't do contracts over 20 hours (which is probably why so many peole leave.)
The management will differ from place to place, obviously but it tends to be pretty poor with people just getting on at you to do something, even if that means moving a section of the shop to a new area, they don't want you getting paid to do nothing even if there is nothing to do. Waiting on a delivery? "Right, move all that to the end aisle and bring what's down there up here." Pointless.
No bonuses for good work but an instant sit down with a board of people if you get even ONE complaint by someone who came in with an attitude problem and felt you were rude because you couldn't help them.
Oh course, you wabt to make sure your staff are giving good customer service, but you shouldn't be treating your staff worse than you'd expect the staff to treat the customers. If you have a problem with your managment, there is no one t complain to.
Slightly above minimum wage, weekly pay, 10% discount (only useable at the branch you work ar, though)
Managment, hours, lack of breaks if you're working less than a 6-hour shift despite the law, paying for your own uniform (£10 per item if you're there less than 18-months, which most are)