Work wellbeing score is 62 out of 100
3.2 out of 5 stars.
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Can be fast and can be slow depending on the time of day
Answered 31 August 2021
It was decent as it was part time no hassle and pressure.
Answered 17 December 2018
Lack of management. Shift changes at the last minute.
Answered 15 October 2018
I hated it I was always working alone and with another colleague, for an hour I was underpaid when I left the job fully cause i wasn't feeling like I was being respected and guess what I still haven't been paid my full.
Answered 12 May 2018
Quite organised. There was a lot of e-learning training modules that you had to complete online although I didn't use a lot of it in practice, but you are expected to know it. If anything was to happen you will be responsible as you have completed the course and signed it online. You do tend to learn more from other staff by observing than the e-course I found.
Answered 17 March 2017
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