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Depends. I was covering a lot of shifts so was doing 60 hour weeks. But I get on average 40 hours a week. Lowest I’ve dropped to is 35. But my hours don’t usually change as a manager
It’s because you’re new. New staff usually get shorter shifts or start off on low hours. Once you are more trained they’ll begin upping your hours. It’s only a couple of weeks. I started doing 8 hours a week. I now do 40+
That is normal. I was buddied up with a staff member when I started. He taught me everything I know. I think it was great. It’s a good way to start connecting with other staff. The management will likely train them and do things with them that tm’s Don’t do
Terrible, absolutely no flexibility. You will have to work overtime but you won't be paid for this and it was like that for many members of staff, not just myself.
I work part time at KFC working weekends mainly due to my uni course. I have asked for a day off during the weekend period and have been told by my manager that I would have to have the whole weekend off which will count as a weeks annual leave - is this correct?
No. Your manager is being quite harsh.
The Hours are always changing depending on the people you work with. Even in full time I was receiving around 16-22 hours a week but now many people have either left due to finding better jobs or being let go due to other reasons, I am now receiving around 34-40 hours a week