They vary and are quite unpredictable sometimes. It's good if you want the money but if you can't commit more hours, it will be tricky.
The working hours are based on preference
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