Flexible and reliable, needs more benefits for working hard
You get a clothing allowance which is based on how much you work (I work 10 hours and get £75 in the summer and £75 in the winter), but of course you get 50% everything all year round (you get discount with your clothing allowance aswell, so they give you £75, but you get £150 to spend)
Best thing is the 50% discount. Worst thing is that sometimes management don't recognise your work and expect you to be flexible with hours.
The most enjoyable part of the job is that you get two uniform allowances per year (spring and summer) and (autumn and winter). The amount of allowance you get is dependent on how many hours you work, but who cares, it's free clothes! Paid holiday days if you are ill, going on holiday or just want paid leave. 50% off clothes all year round for friends and family.
You get good staff discount ... they treat you like crap otherwise
50% discount, growth in the company and good music. Less staff, Messy shop
The best thing about the benefits package is that you get a 50% discount as well as a clothing allowance.
50% discount on all clothing items but not including discounted items. Days in lieu/ overtime can sometimes be taken but management funny about this, considering the amount of overtime and hard work people put in. Having a laptop did mean working from home was possible.
Discounts is certainly the best you get a huge 50% off !! That is crazy good and you also get £8.20 an hour as a starting rate and that is much much better than the majority of jobs around
Benefits are limited to product purchases. The business has a long way to go to offer PLC packages. Make sure you get a good deal when you arrive as pay rises are terrible unless you are a head of department.
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