Why does One Stop get a rating of 5.6?
Based on 152 job reviews, employees tell us the following about One Stop
- Good for students
- Easy to book holiday
- Enough training
- Managers are respectful
- Easy to take sick leave
- Opportunities to progress
- No short notice shift changes
- Breaks are paid
- Good choice of shifts
- No unpaid extra work
- Not good for parents
- Not easy to change shifts
- People feel stressed
- People are not paid enough
- People don’t get proper breaks
- Uninformed about head office
- People don’t recommend their team
- Head office doesn’t understand the frontline
- People don’t get sick pay
- Less than 4 weeks notice of shifts
- People are paid below market rates
Based on 152 job reviews
One Stop is a convenience store company, with locations in England and Wales.
£8.11–8.85 per hour
£9.00–9.34 per hour
£11.84–13.76 per hour
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How much notice do people get of their shifts?
Based on 149 employees
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Based on 130 employees
How are people paid?
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How often do people get paid?
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Featured One Stop job reviews
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Being taken for granted. Working the least number of hours when we need more. Made to work on your own at busy periods and trying to juggle three things at once. This causes pressure which results in stress because you are trying to do your best and mistakes can be made, which isn't good in a financial setting!
Post Office Counter Clerk, February 2021
The majority of fellow colleagues Are respectful to each other and help each other out and create a nice atmosphere
Management can get away with threats, timesheet fixing to suit themselves, sit in the office all day whilst lower grade staff run around trying to get everything done then management get bonus’s off the back of the teams work
Assistant manager, January 2021
Decent money for relatively easy work
Rotas are unfair, always end up working evenings and weekends even though shifts are meant to be fairly distributed so everyone does a mix. Rotas are also done relatively last minute so can't plan and often change last minute. Made to feel bad for calling in sick or booking holiday too
Customer service assistant, January 2021
The community, flexible hours, the job isn’t entirely hard, etc.
Sometimes the staff members, dealing with shoplifters, dealing with negative customers, etc.
Customer service assistant, November 2020