Marks & Spencer
Happiness score is 63 out of 100
3.9 out of 5 stars.
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Why did you leave your job at Marks Spencer?

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  • Thank the Lord the store closed down and yes, for the short people who worked in ready meals, I did get the full redundancy! Ho Ho!

  • Bad mental health and chronic stress. Company was not supportive of when I became poorly with mental health. They would say to me 'its better to be at work than at ho,e so you won't think about it' sick policy was ridiculous so I had a written warning for 12 months, then they extended it a further 6 months because of their sickness policy. Got signed off by the doctor so many times and got a final warning and referred to occupational health because they didn't believe me desperate various letters from doctors. Too much stress as they were not willing to accommodate

  • Constantly being hassled by young immature management who won’t leave you alone, even when they have a disciplinary for their behaviour they still try it on.Its the most unprofessional environment I have ever worked in.A letter of complaint has been forwarded to their headquarters and the ombudsman.

  • My contact ended after being renewed 4 times with the promise of being made permanent and it never happened

  • Bad management

  • My previous contract ended

  • I was sacked for having bad breath.

  • They told me that someone had made a complaint about my personal hygiene and foul language i used when serving on the sales counter.

  • When I came out of hospital my job had been given to a Mongolian trapeze artist.

  • I went back home to Israel

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