A typical day at Marks & Spencer if going by an hourly rotar either tidying up your department on the shop floor picking clothes up off the floor and sizing them in order, working on the till cash handling and serving customers, working in the fitting room taking customers to their fitting rooms and taking back the clothes that they no longer want or taking the clothes people do not want an taking them back on the shop floor. Working for Marks & Spener I have learned the importance of great customer satisfaction and being able to work on my own with confidence as well as in a team and also how to talk to a wide range of different people. I hardly see the whole management team with the hours that I work as they have already gone home but the managers that I do see I get on with and they help when you have an issue. My co-workers are friendly and always help me out when I need them and I help them when they need it. The hardest part of the job is when you have to deal with an angry customer that will not calm down but I just call the manager over and get them to talk to the customer. The most enjoyable part of the job is walking in and seeing the shop in a mess but then leaving and seeing it all tidy and knowing you did a good job.
Decent salary and good people to work with.
Not many hours and not much over time available for extra money.