A typical day at work would be walking into the back at 11:50 to start at 12 and a manger greeting you with "hurry up and get on the floor" you'd then start your shift, the shop floor being freezing temperatures (5 degrees, legal lowest temperature is 10 degrees) you get treated like a child and expect much more than you should which really stresses you out.
There is a lot of slandering within this job, the managers are constantly talking about one another or their members of staff, this is done when they are sitting out the back or standing around the store chatting- but if you walk past another member of staff don't smile or say hello, because you're most likely being watched and they tell you off not just personally but over the device in which everybody can hear, this is then embarrassing.
Also, the rota out the back is completely pointless as when i worked here they changed it so much (secretly- wouldn't inform you) but expect you to magically know, they then make you feel uncomfortable when you don't show up on your day off because 'you're supposed to know'.
The most enjoyable part of the job for the short time i was there was the other employees and pay day,
long hours, unprofessional management, expectations, language