Sales Assistant in Barnsley
This can be a fun workplace
I did enjoy working at superdrug and enjoyed doing all different sort of jobs like checkouts. Warehouse. Delivery. Promosions. Stocktaking, some people could be very two faced for example be nice to your face and then talk behind your back. I worked at superdrug for 5 year I did all overtime they offerd me even did nights and a refurb. I had to leave superdrug as I asked my manager at the Time if I could do school hours as my husband had got a full time job and I would work weekends. I was told no that she couldn't do that for me so I had to leave superdrug
Sales Adviser (part-time) in Hampshire
Unsupportive and impractical
I found that there was often a lack of communication and an unsupportive environment. My role was part-time while studying for my A Levels - I had made it clear from the interview that studying and progressing to University were the most important things to me. However, the store constantly was seemingly short staffed and, although I was doing almost double my contracted hours some weeks without being asked, I would still get complained at when asked to work extra shifts and I couldn't because I needed to focus on school work.On top of this, nothing I did seemingly was ever good enough and I felt unsupported and disliked by the management.However, getting to talk with customers was fun, often, however, they would voice that the presence of staff as encouraged by the brand felt overbearing.
Sales Assistant in Haywards Heath
Really enjoyed my time at Superdrug
I really enjoyed my time at Superdrug. The team were lovely and really friendly, it was like being part of a family. I would recommend working for Superdrug.
Sales Assistant (Part-time) in Belfast
Ruined my mental health and impacting my degree
I’m not even sure why I still work here. I’m struggling with my mental health which has been brought on my stress and being spoken to horribly by management. As a part timer I’m expected to have the same results as full time staff and am constantly compared to others. Being reprimanded for not pushing our products hard enough to people who clearly don’t want them in public on the shop floor has me applying to other jobs because no one deserves to be spoke to like that.The rota is changed constantly and you’re expected to be aware of it, if you tell them you can’t work certain days be expected to be asked to do it or just put on the rota.My university experience has been negatively impacted because of hours I was given and the stress I’m constantly put under. I honestly loved the job but now I dread every shift and I’m praying another job comes up so I can get out.
Sales Assistant in multiple stores
The only thing that makes this place okay is that I've met a few good people but even then it's not worth it, most are not and do things just for themselves. The amount you have to do matched with how much you get pay is disgusting. Management say you have to do to get where you want and because its all about team work but it's not worth it. Not at all to be honest. They have rules some but it doesn't reply to others. The amount of nonsense you have to ask at tills or there's a chance of you getting fired is ridiculous too?? Customers hate it and so do we. Pay is disgusting as mentioned above, way too less for a company like that, they are wasting money that we could be paid with on stupid sims and leaflets or what not. Bad place, don't even get me started on higher management. Before someone says I should leave, I've thought about it but my store is secure especially as a university student who needs to make some money which is the only reason I am still there, along with most other students working in this company