Rotas changed last minute, say goodbye to the chance of any private life since they expect your life to revolve around Wilko. Lack of training given, so although it's easy enough to pick up from your co workers, any mistakes you've made could've been easily avoided had they just given you more than half a days training like they did with me (which exclusively involved watching DVDs)
Wage isn't worth the long hours (can often expect a 9 hour shift) - I'm 23 so I get £7.43 an hour. I'm looking for another job currently.
Extremely disorganised store management. I hate this place. It's awful.
Only bareable thing about working here has been the rest of the sales assistant crew; they're absolutely lovely, but most of them have been working at wilko since leaving school so don't realise that this isn't how a functional store should be ran.
If you're desperate enough, then be guest and apply here, but don't have any expectations. Even for a customer service position, this has been an abysmal experience and I can't wait to leave after only working here a few weeks.
I've looked at my contract recently, and there's no maximum hours you can work, and you'll be given at least 24 hours notice for any shift changes, no paid overtime - which is dire and basically a zero hour contract with some hours guarenteed.
You can't be expected to have yo-yoing amount of hours from one week to the next. We're treated so disposably, it's sad.
long shifts, change of rotas last minute, poor management, expected to live and breathe wilko