Why does B&M get a rating of 5.1?
Based on 308 job reviews, employees tell us the following about B&M
- Paid accurately
- Easy to book holiday
- Easy to take sick leave
- Good choice of shifts
- Good for parents
- Breaks are paid
- People get proper breaks
- Good for students
- Managers are respectful
- No unpaid extra work
- Not easy to change shifts
- Not enough training
- People feel stressed
- Shifts get changed at short notice
- No career progression
- People don’t recommend their team
- Uninformed about head office
- Head office doesn’t understand the frontline
- Less than 4 weeks notice of shifts
- People don’t get sick pay
Based on 308 job reviews
B&M is a variety retailer. They sell food, homeware, pet supplies, toys and cleaning products.
£4.55–8.80 per hour
£8.50–10.34 per hour
£9.52–16.03 per hour
£8.19–9.75 per hour
£8.51–9.11 per hour
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How much notice do people get of their shifts?
Based on 295 employees
What contracts are people on?
Based on 266 employees
How often do people get paid?
Based on 306 employees
How are people paid?
Based on 308 employees
Featured B&M job reviews
My shifts fit around school hours.
Being spoken down to by managers that don't know how to manage properly. Members of staff making a mess, your expected to clean up after them. Working in a dirty, unsafe environment.
Management dont care.
Shop floor, February 2021
Good colleagues. They try to arrange our shifts to suit us where they can.
We're treated like automatons. It often feels as if the company does not care about it's staff.
Customer service, March 2021
Some of my work family have given me some massive support through personal struggles
Communication, and rota system also some shifts not enough staff working
Customer assistant, December 2020
Interacting with customers, building working relationships and keeping the till area clean and tidy.
Sometimes till calls being ignored.
Customer service assistant, November 2020