Marks & Spencer Compensation FAQ

Read what Marks & Spencer employees think about their compensation at the company.

Marks & Spencer has a compensation and benefits rating of 3.5. If you want to know how much Marks & Spencer employees make, head to their Salaries page to see a list of salaries per occupation, along with bonuses.

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11 English questions out of 11

21 July 2021

How often do employees say they are paid at Marks & Spencer?

Pros

Good pay, Good hours, lots of overtime, weekly pay

Cons

Temporary contract, on feet all day

Good pay, Good hours, lots of overtime, weekly pay

21 July 2021

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18 March 2021

What are sales commissions like at Marks & Spencer?

Pros

Friendly supervisors,Good break rooms, and good working environment

Cons

No bonus, commission or staff purchase. Have short breaks during shift

No bonus, commission or staff purchase.

18 March 2021

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11 March 2020

Does Marks & Spencer offer bonus pay?

Pros

Good pension scheme, generous holiday entitlement, discount is an added bonus

Cons

Limited opportunities for promotion and career development

Good pension scheme, generous holiday entitlement, discount is an added bonus

11 March 2020

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3 June 2021

What are pay rises like at Marks & Spencer?

Pros

25% discount and increase in pay after 6 months

Cons

Need to be flexible but good company to work at

25% discount and increase in pay after 6 months

3 June 2021

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8 July 2019

What is the salary like at Marks & Spencer?

Pros

The salary is good, 20% staff discount, good perks and benefits.

Cons

Not much of a work/social life balance, long hours, under-staffed, poor management, head office dictate everything, put you on different shifts without asking beforehand, poorly run.

Advice to Management

Take more care of your staff and listen to their opinions. Treat staff equally! It seems like the older/longer you've worked for the company, the better your treated. Very very under-staffed at times. Try and put people at the right place at the right time. Very unorganised. Sometimes sale can get pushed forward, so it gives staff very little time to prepare and management cannot cope. Try working in a retail environment before trying to dictate how sale should be laid out, because at times it has been extremely difficult for staff to follow guidelines in such a tight schedule. Make the rota/shift system more efficient! Management tend to put people on erratic shifts, sometimes without even asking! You cannot make plans when you work for this company!

The salary is good, 20% staff discount, good perks and benefits.

8 July 2019

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