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What is the organisational culture at Primark?


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There is no organisation


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Very good, everything is organised in a very tactical and strategically.

Answered - Sales Assistant (Christmas Temp) (Former Employee) - Norwich

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It was busy and sometime unorganised.

Answered - Sales Assistant (Former Employee) - Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear

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Disorganised Management

Answered - Sales Assistant (Former Employee) - Childrens Department

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No organisation

Answered - Sales Assistant (Current Employee) - Bolton, Greater Manchester

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Standard, very disorganised with management, high turnaround

Answered - Customer Assistant (Former Employee) - Exeter

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Great working environment.

Answered - Stockroom Supervisor (Former Employee) - Manchester

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Employees work together to make customers happy and deliver them with a smile on their face at the end of the day when they leave the store.

Answered - Retail Assistant (Former Employee) - Harrow, Greater London

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Very good. Excellent company to work for

Answered - Retail Assistant (Current Employee) - Leicester

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Like most retailers, Primark does not own the factories that make its products. We work with selected suppliers, many of which have worked with us for many years, and our business supports 700,000 workers across three continents.

We take our responsibility to the workers in the factories, their communities, our customers, and our shareholders seriously. We work hard to ensure that our products are made with respect for the environment, in good working conditions, and that workers' rights are respected.

Answered - N/A (Former Employee) - N/A

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