The best thing about the benefits are that they can increase the low wage to make it more bearable to work there. But the negatives are that if you didn't work on the shoe department it was very hard to gain a lot of benefits.
best thing is the discount givin on a Thursday, as a sports fan and a sports degree holder, I needed to use the discount to get my stuff
Despite being on a zero hour contract they still expected you to fir your time off around them as though you should be grateful to them rather than them grateful to you.
There are none, you do not get anything extra except your pay which is the main downside of working there especially that the pay is not good
The Sports Direct benefits package is not all as it seems. You can only use your staff 'discount' in the store that you work in and only on a Thursday or whatever day that is selected for your store, also you can only access this benefit after working for 3 months.
Not many benefits. If I received any perks I dont know about it.
incentive earnings, from selling own products like firetrap, boost your wage. On busy periods its possible to make over £60 but that just depends on the products you actively sell
Lovely team. Relaxed working environment 20% staff discount for yourself only, not friends or family.
Every so often, a very decent offer comes around - 50% of short break holidays was a recent example. Get 1 hour paid holiday for every 8 hours worked. Paid quarterly.
flexible hours because it is a no contract job and commisiion is high especially if you are a shoey
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.