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Answered - Sales Assistant (Former Employee) - Oxford Circus, Greater London
Depending on level of customers can get extra hours, but majority is part time. No breaks unless over 6 hours. Management will let you go the toilet and get a drink though
Answered - Sales Advisor (Former Employee) - Bootle, Merseyside
I was working weekends at that time.
Answered - Sales Assistant (Former Employee) - Sutton, Greater London
12 hour shifts, 6am - 6pm.
Answered - Warehouse Colleague (Former Employee) - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire
They vary- I've worked 3 hour shifts some days and 9 hour shift on others. I'm currently studying for my A Levels at the moment so I'm in college every weekday and work every single weekend so I haven't had a day off for months, which can be really hard. Christmas you work every single day of the holidays (including Christmas Eve and Boxing Day), but in Summer you work 4 days on/3 days off.
Answered - Sales Assistant (Current Employee) - Cwmbran Town
Not a great deal. Hours can alternate every week.
Answered - Sales Advisor (Current Employee) - Cwmbran Town
Answered - Sales Assistant (Christmas Temp) (Former Employee) - Leicester
Long days and shifts. example 12-9 on weekdays isnt something you want. busy 24/7 and managers dont show their faces on shop floor
Answered - specialist (Former Employee) - Tamworth, Staffordshire
Awful, never given enough when asked for, and given too many when not wanted
Answered - Sales Advisor (Former Employee) - Coventry