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371 questions about working at Primark
Majority of the Managers are so rude, they treat the people below them like dirt and have no respect, please and thank yous do not exist in their vocabulary and have a power trip when giving tasks out, if you value your mental health do not work here , its like a mafia
Answered 17 March 2017
Wear smart and casual clothes to the interview at Primark.
Answered 18 March 2017
I have worked at two different stores and the staff facilities were very different. At one it was very modern with booths and comfy seats, bright and colourful designs in both the locker room and staff canteen. The other store was grey and the canteen was just rows of benches
Answered 25 April 2017
There's a lot of competition to get lexible and full time contracts. I was stuck on a twiglight shift 5-9pm which meant getting home was very difficult due to limited public transport.I initially wanted to get day time shifts as it would be easier with transport but they only seem to be given to specific people such as mothers. If you are a student or genially young you are not a priority.
Answered 18 March 2017
Applied online, received a phone call to arrange an interview, had a 1 to 1 interview with a supervisor, called to confirm I got the job, attended the induction. My induction was 2 days and consisted of till training, basic customer service skills, like how to talk to customers, a tour of the store, ordering uniform and signing the contract.
Answered 25 February 2017
Get rid of the hirechy. Provide decent hours, offer overtime but not guilt trip them if they say no. (That's what they did to me, they made me feel bad if I made plans etc and talked bad about me).You see managers and supervisers giving feedback on how to merchandise departments. It would be nice if sales assistants were included too. (Some of their plans and ideas never worked out, but forget that sales assistants have a brain and some creativity too).Some supervisers were lovely but there was always a horrid one.
Answered 17 March 2017
You are paid every 4 weeks.
Answered 7 July 2017
Respect from managers, managers better trained and more time for listening what the staff have to say. Not promises, actions instead. As a part of the team if any mistakes, any one get punished including the managers. Managers shouldn't have to many priorities such as no clocking in and out for breaks, no going out during work for smoking and/or buying drinks, clocking in still with they personal belongings and take their time to get ready (hair straightening and makeup) and clocking out with their belongings. Rules equal to sny members of staff, no privileges for management.
Answered 26 October 2018
For retail assistant Birmingham UK... make sure your station is clean and tidy, that everything is by size order, if your station begins to look empty you can refill it with the stock ...You also have to pay attention to customers and help them if they need assistance, sometines you get pulled off of your department to go on tills.
Answered 28 July 2017
There is no organisation
Answered 15 March 2017
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