Cashier and floor staff (Current Employee) – Dublin – 9 July 2017
Employers put always under the pressure floor staff. There's no motivation working this job, you feel like a machine. every day the same routine, which is not so bad. You always know what to do, but when is there no motivation for staff to improve, after a while job gets very boring.
Store Person (Former Employee) – Thomas Street – 16 May 2017
Over all the work was standard. Mostl till work so it was dealing with customers at the check out. It was an easy place to work and the management were nice. The other staff were lovely too so over all a nice experience.
Productive, fun, welcoming and challenging work place
Assistant Store Manager (Former Employee) – Dublin – 12 May 2017
This is a great place to work, staff and management are extremely friendly. In a developing part of Dublin West the shop is never short of new customers and therefore new challenges and opportunities to work and grow.
Shop Assistant (Current Employee) – Carrick-on-Suir, County Tipperary – 4 May 2017
start work get the jobs done what you need to get done,,serve customers while your covering breaks . managers are nice to get along with. From when you start your shift whether it be 3-8 hrs shifts you have your tasks for the day/night that you have to do.
Shop Assistant (Former Employee) – Dublin – 25 February 2017
i had duties as a shop assistant where I worked in the café and also on the shop floor. My duties were to help out making coffees, washing the dishes and cleaning after people on the café. At the shop floor I had to do manual work as in stack shelves. Organise products, label products and assist customers.
no payment as was work experience in secondary school
Store Supervisor (Former Employee) – Dublin – 13 January 2017
As the spar company is a franchise its hard to blame the company but rather the owner for the negative work environment created here this was shown in the vast turn over in staff over my 3 years there.