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Minimum wage.

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It pays minimum wage and role progression is slow and painful. You only get a free 6 inch for your shift and they expect you to work exceptionally and go above and beyond for terrible pay.

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Simply not worth the money. No benefits, not competitive and its the exact same thing everyday.

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No, no background checks where done at all and I was hired without signing any contract in fact no details at all were taken such as bank information house address nothing

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Actually speak to the staff. Don't just treat them like numbers. Better training and letting people actually have their days off as opposed to asking them to come in when they're due off. Also better flexibility around students as they may have different timetables each semester or may have exams.

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Just a casual outfit. Doesnt really matter that much as long as you dont come in naked ;)

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Prepare a CV and wear appropriate clothing

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I worked 8 hours and I thought this was fine.

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The management was bad. Would call you up at 10pm and ask you to work somebody else's shift. If you called in sick you were either told to find your own cover or go in anyway. Food wasn't free which took up quite a bit of wages (£2 for a footlong when you're being paid £5.60 an hour isn't great). Generally if it was busy it was ok but if not then the day went really slow. Training was bad as people who worked there a few weeks had to train other people. Stock was often low so customers would complain frequently.

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A week or two depending on the employer

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