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House of Fraser

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  • 4.9/10

    Customer service assistant

    • £8.30 per hour
    • 25 or older
    • More than 3 years experience

    What they say about their job

    1. Easy to change shifts
    2. Minimum sick pay
    3. Employer doesn’t understand what’s happening on the ground

    Best thing

    The people I work with

    Worst thing

    All the changes from one day to the next

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    March 2020
  • 7.2/10

    Sales assistant

    • £8.05 per hour
    • 18–20 years old
    • 1–3 years experience

    What they say about their job

    1. Not stressed
    2. Not working lots of extra hours
    3. Two weeks notice of their shifts
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    January 2020
  • 4.2/10

    Sales advisor

    • £8.25 per hour
    • 45–54 years old

    What they say about their job

    1. Paid accurately
    2. Stressed
    3. Employer doesn’t understand what’s happening on the ground

    Best thing

    The team I work with

    Worst thing

    The company itself

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    October 2019
  • 1.6/10

    Sales assistant

    • £8.05 per hour
    • Under 18 years old

    What they say about their job

    1. Not enough training
    2. Employer doesn’t understand what’s happening on the ground
    3. One week notice of their shifts

    Best thing

    People I work with.

    Worst thing

    Managers have no respect for their staff.

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    October 2019
  • 7.6/10

    Sales assistant

    • £8.05 per hour
    • 18–20 years old

    What they say about their job

    1. Recommends their team
    2. Proper sick pay
    3. Two weeks notice of their shifts

    Best thing

    Staff

    Worst thing

    Delivery

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    October 2019
  • 4.0/10

    Sales advisor

    • £11,500 per year, working a 28 hour week
    • 65 or older

    What they say about their job

    1. Have had opportunities to progress
    2. Not enough training
    3. Employer doesn’t understand what’s happening on the ground

    Best thing

    Communicating with people

    Worst thing

    Stress and standing up for 7 to 8 hours a day

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    October 2019
  • 8.8/10

    Supervisor

    • Manages people
    • £9.20 per hour
    • 25–34 years old

    What they say about their job

    1. Proper sick pay
    2. Have had opportunities to progress
    3. One week notice of their shifts

    Best thing

    My manager is so flexible

    Worst thing

    Getting to work

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    October 2019
  • 3.7/10

    Sales assistant

    • £8.20 per hour
    • 45–54 years old

    What they say about their job

    1. Easy to take holidays
    2. Haven’t had any opportunities to progress
    3. Employer doesn’t understand what’s happening on the ground

    Best thing

    My work colleagues

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    October 2019
  • 6.1/10

    Retail assistant

    • £8.05 per hour
    • 18–20 years old

    What they say about their job

    1. Have had opportunities to progress
    2. Easy to change shifts
    3. Stressed

    Best thing

    Meeting new people

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    October 2019
  • 6.3/10

    Senior sales advisor

    • £8.15 per hour
    • 18–20 years old

    What they say about their job

    1. Good for students
    2. Easy to change shifts
    3. One week notice of their shifts

    Best thing

    Discounts and career opportunities

    Worst thing

    Lack of staff

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    October 2019
  • 6.3/10

    Sales advisor

    • £8.05 per hour
    • 18–20 years old

    What they say about their job

    1. Good for people with caring responsiblities
    2. Not working lots of extra hours
    3. Minimum sick pay

    Best thing

    People

    Worst thing

    Stress

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    October 2019
  • 2.9/10

    Sales advisor

    • £5,000 per year, working a 12 hour week
    • 18–20 years old

    What they say about their job

    1. Two weeks notice of their shifts
    2. Not treated with respect
    3. Hard to change shifts

    Best thing

    The staff

    Worst thing

    The managers

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    October 2019
  • 5.2/10

    Sales assistant

    • £7.70 per hour
    • 21–24 years old

    What they say about their job

    1. Not stressed
    2. Managers change their shifts at short notice
    3. No paid breaks

    Best thing

    Work friends

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    October 2019
  • 5.5/10

    Supervisor

    • Manages people
    • £8.35 per hour
    • 55–64 years old

    What they say about their job

    1. Have had opportunities to progress
    2. Managers change their shifts at short notice
    3. Not enough training

    Best thing

    My work colleagues support

    Worst thing

    Lack of communication, always changes

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    October 2019
  • 1.7/10

    Sales assistant

    • £7.95 per hour
    • 18–20 years old

    What they say about their job

    1. Employer doesn’t understand what’s happening on the ground
    2. Hard to take holidays
    3. Stressed

    Best thing

    Colleagues and decent pay for age

    Worst thing

    Management and hours

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    October 2019
  • 4.5/10

    Service specialist (product)

    • £8.25 per hour
    • 25–34 years old

    What they say about their job

    1. Have had opportunities to progress
    2. Working lots of extra hours
    3. Employer doesn’t understand what’s happening on the ground

    Best thing

    My colleagues- their friendly.

    Worst thing

    No overtime and four hour contracts.

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    October 2019
  • 4.6/10

    Multi skilled sales assistant

    • £4.58 per hour
    • Under 18 years old

    What they say about their job

    1. Managers don’t change their shifts at short notice
    2. Working lots of extra hours
    3. Employer doesn’t understand what’s happening on the ground
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    September 2019