You don't have to purchase clothes from the store as a uniform but a monthly allowance of discounted items means you can easily dress appropriately for work in accordance to current trends. Zero hour contract means great flexibility for students.
Most people are on a zero hour contract so work is very flexible. We are also able to swap and cover shifts with other staff. All staff also have discounts on merchandise which change monthly.
You get 50% full priced clothes, the amount depends on the month, it can either be 5 or 10 items of clothing at 50% off.
You get premium discounts specifically at seasonal change time when the discount is 80% off.
They offer discounts on their own clothes up to 50 percent when a new range came out which was great and even more percent around the Christmas period. Also allowed discounts at their sister stores
50% discount on Hollister clothing and a further 30% off Abercrombie & Fitch clothing. Good as it makes their clothes affordable Pension schemes. Flexible hours.
Very good discount on brand clothes, some time get food from other stores for free. Friendly people
the best is we have zero hour contract so that we can take day off if you inform the manager in advance and if you can find someone to cover your shift.
There is no benefits package, you barely get time and a half on any bank holidays, and the discount only covers some items every month
No perks or benefits, no uniform or any form of commission. All was based on a zero hour contract
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