Picker/Packer (Former Employee) – Luton – 13 February 2018
i used to come in go to lockers put my jacket and bag in locker lock it then go scan my finger if light goes red get searched if it goes green go in now get head set and scanner and sign in then get trolley plastic tub and go were head set tells you pick what head set tells you how much it tells you 1s tub is full close it tie rap it and put it in ilea for fork truck to take it its a very easy job.
Superdrugs is a decent place to work in. It is very tiring as the shop is in the mall, so products and shelves are constantly updated and take from the warehouse onto the shop floor. Overall it is productive.
Shop Assistant (Former Employee) – Luton, ENG – 2 September 2014
A typical day at work would be maintaining a store environment that is a pleasant experience for customers by managing many employees simultaneously. Work begins fairly early in the morning, often before the retail location opens, and an 8- to 10-hour workday begins. Retail managers handle a wide variety of routine tasks, such as writing reports; supervising employees; managing cash; ordering stock; handling schedules, payroll, and marketing and promotional roll-outs; and securing the store upon closing. In addition, a retail manager can expect to deal with customer complaints, employee work delegation, staff shortages, equipment failures and other unexpected things that occur in a retail environment