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This was a steady job with a few hrs each week , I covered a large area but fuel was paid and a decent rate , the store I visit I was at every week so had a good bond with the in store teams too . I also did new store set ups too
Upper management has absolutely no idea what they're doing here. They're completely disconnected from the entry level workers, promote nepotism by hiring and promoting friends instead of obviously more qualified candidates, and have no interest in the future of the company. 10/10 do not recommend.