The massive workload that you are expected to finish no matter your shift length. You don’t get enough equipment to do your job but are expected to do everything amazingly and not get paid.
Walking in through the door, praying for it to finish
As a delivery driver expect stress and lots of it. You work a whole shift without a break, not even for a drink. Shop staff who are meant to help you load and unload dont bother. Shifts are changed with little notice often.
You don't get paid for all your hours and no extra money for working bank Holidays either.
Vehicles are often used with dangerous faults as everything is stretched to the limit and no let up or time factored in to take vehicle off road for maintenance. The best part of the job was telling them I had had enough and was leaving. An absolute disgrace of a company. Weak managers. AVOID!!!!!!
It’s a if you’re face fits company, management feel happy bad mouthing staff who are doing their best with little training , never get finished on time or paid for those extra minutes which over time add up , get bollocked if you are late though , breaks lol what are these thing they promise you
The constant changes. Every week you're shift is different, your hours and role will vary. One week you could be cashier and also be expected to work stock. But then the next week you are working on the chilled section and covering the other cashier. Then the next week its another role all together.
The workload is hard and the staffing levels are low to keep costs down, it is a reactive business so it can be unpredictable and hard on the staff who are required to finish the job even if it needs more people than is allowed. Management have a tough task keeping the balance right.