Sales Assistant (Former Employee) – Dublin – 23 January 2018
This job helped me a lot to improve my English skills and to fall in love with Ireland and Irish culture. After the summer that I spent here I understood that Dublin is my place and that is why I want to come here and to establish my future .
Deli Assistant (Former Employee) – Dublin – 5 January 2018
It was a good place to start my professional life in Ireland. I was dealing with the customers, also dealing with amazing friendly colleagues. With a good manager and very helpful staff. I enjoyed every single day working in that place.
Sales Assistant (Current Employee) – County Kerry – 11 December 2017
i work 3 days a week on min wage it just about pays my bills what more is there to be said, apart from standing for 8 hours so i go home with swolen legs, there are no staff discounts but its a wonderful place to work
standing for 8 hours with nowhere to sit so i go home with swolen legs
The staff where friendly and helpful they had a lot of jobs but I didn't mind doing them it was a great work experience I learned a lot from them the hours where a little long but I didn't mind doing them
Sales Assistant (Former Employee) – Dublin – 24 October 2017
- A bit stressing. - Learnt how to manage time and money - The management is a bit messy - Workplace Culture, is good. - The hardest part of the job was the pressure that they put on you, is little bit overboard. - I enjoyed a lot the people i worked with.
Deli Assistant (Former Employee) – Cork – 22 August 2017
This type of job give you skills that help with any job, it helps you communicate with staff and customers coming into the store. Give's you a positive look on work and helps you take on the job by watching the other staff teaching or you just observing how they act and how they approach things within good reason and mannerly of course.