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  • For how physically and mentally demanding the work is, 40 hours a week is too long.

  • Long and hard, no stopping

  • Dependant on drops

  • over the top.some night get home at 10 pm

  • Ok as long as nothing happens in your personal life

  • In the FCs, Usually 10 hour shifts, 40 hours a week (Full-time). However during peak period, Mandatory overtime can be enforced which means covering an extra shift or 2.

    In DS, I started with 10 hour shifts spread over 40 hours a week (Full-time). However during peak periods, Our shifts changed from 10 hours to 8 hours spread over 5 days.

    Generally speaking in FCs 10 hour shifts. In DS, 8 hour shifts. However it is mostly circumstantial depending on warehouse needs :)

  • Work 6.5 hrs get paid 6 per day , if all work is done they send you home (5hrs) drop shifts left right and centre so could only get 12 hrs work some weeks then max of 30 12 hrs? No good when you have a family and bills to pay but they dont care about that

  • The hours are very good, 10 hour shifts, 7.30am to 6.00pm.

  • They told us at 7.30pm that as from now the shift would finish at 12am, not the 11.30pm we were told and not buys about it, must stay.. I was incredibly and visibly very Ill but if you don't have 100% attendance in a week, your pay for the days you work drop to £9.50 p/hr. I asked to go at 11.30pm considering my state, and was ignored. Just a number there.

  • No problem

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