Here's what people have said about working and interviewing at Primark.
Handed in my resignation because the management are disrespectful to anyone below them. In their eyes you will never do anything right even if you've worked more than others. The place will always be a mess and it will some how always be your fault. It's difficult being a student and working here, way too stressful and tiring, you'll never find anytime to get any work done. Money's not worth all the hassle.
Depends on the store. New stores may have better ones. Mine has a kitchen, vending machine, Large T.V, Computers, showers and lockers.
Smart clothing that will look presentable.
Train managers to manage rather than be cctv watchers
Get to know your staff members
Stop the bullying nature - it shouldn’t take years to do this
Treat staff with respect
Don’t be so strict with the shifts
More benefits - minimum wage, no other benefits and bullying management no wonder staff don’t want to stay!
1. Job application - usually online now
Wait at least a month or so.
Wait for at least 2 weeks
3. Accept offer if you want and go to induction
There is no organisation
Depends on the store, but think it requires some initiative. Instead of waiting for Managers/Supervisors to tell you what to do. Work, Finish your department and work your way around. Then do returns. Depends how busy the store is really. Sometimes you are left on your own to do what ever you want as long as you recover your department first.
Ive seen a couple with physical disabilities and there is a few with Mental health problems. They are treated well.