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I duno about sainsbury but Tesco offer a staff discount after 3 months of employment ( i think) and also there are other bonuses that you get if you are loyal to the company such as cheap shares in the company and cheaper insurance e.t.c
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I duno about sainsbury but Tesco offer a staff discount after 3 months of employment ( i think) and also there are other bonuses that you get if you are loyal to the company such as cheap shares in the company and cheaper insurance e.t.c
sainsbury's = 10% off after 6 months
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sainsbury's = 10% off after 6 months
at safeway it was 10% off straight away... cant wait to go back in the summer and work for Morrisons... NOT! hate the uniform
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(Original post by Matt the cat)
Usually the manager organises the reduced items.. and big chain supermarkets are extreemly tight on security
Thats my plan out of the windows then. But they don't check do they if its for only one or two items...
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Thats my plan out of the windows then. But they don't check do they if its for only one or two items...
i could reduce anything at the checkout if i wanted - i could even give stuff away for free!
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(Original post by Tinykates)
i could reduce anything at the checkout if i wanted - i could even give stuff away for free!
Tinykates, I would trade you rep for free stuff, if that were possible.
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Tinykates, I would trade you rep for free stuff, if that were possible.
lol - it would have been - but i'm honest plus i don't work there anymore - i gave sum biscuits away free once though coz the supervisors were ****ing me off and they didnt come in time to tell my the price so i just chucked it down the checkout
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(Original post by Tinykates)
lol - it would have been - but i'm honest plus i don't work there anymore - i gave sum biscuits away free once though coz the supervisors were ****ing me off and they didnt come in time to tell my the price so i just chucked it down the checkout
How much do you get paid? Is it worth it?
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i could reduce anything at the checkout if i wanted - i could even give stuff away for free!
Lol, wow... the sneakiest thing that i was aware of was putting fruit and other items that need to be weighed at a lighter weight or alternatively saying that there are actually less items than there are... of a multiple item sale, say you wanted to buy 25 bottles of wine, the cashire could just say that you are buying 20... however at tesco you have a camera on you every single minute that you are working there... i wouldn't test it
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How much do you get paid? Is it worth it?
well i did sundays and got £7.20 an hour for some reason - i got more because i was under 18.
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How much do you get paid? Is it worth it?
starting rate is something like £4.25 per hour... increases as you work there longer
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well i did sundays and got £7.20 an hour for some reason - i got more because i was under 18.
Really i thought it would be less if you were under 18?
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What is the point in being a vegan, I'm sorry but i cannot see it. Why won't you eat eggs and milk i mean, nothing got murdered.
Quality of life
Battery hens live in tiny cages and get treated like crap, even barn eggs you cant be too sure
Milk = agressive milk farming, also once the animals are no longer useful they do get killed they dont lead a normal life.

I only eat free range eggs and I'm trying to give up milk but cant find a brand of soya that doesnt make me feel sick.
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Really i thought it would be less if you were under 18?
i know - it doesn't make sense - i think the people who run sainsbury's are pretty ******ed though. When i started i got £3.26 an hour (i was only 15 though)
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i know - it doesn't make sense - i think the people who run sainsbury's are pretty ******ed though. When i started i got £3.26 an hour (i was only 15 though)
£3.26 is below minimum wage. i get £4.57 per hour
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Quality of life
Battery hens live in tiny cages and get treated like crap, even barn eggs you cant be too sure
Milk = agressive milk farming, also once the animals are no longer useful they do get killed they dont lead a normal life.

I only eat free range eggs and I'm trying to give up milk but cant find a brand of soya that doesnt make me feel sick.
If i was to raw free range eggs from a supermarket does anyone know the chances of getting ill from it?
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£3.26 is below minimum wage. i get £4.57 per hour
When she started mate... and minimmum wage only counts if you are over 18
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£3.26 is below minimum wage. i get £4.57 per hour
i know - i was only 15 then - i get £4.65 now at Next
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Quality of life
Battery hens live in tiny cages and get treated like crap, even barn eggs you cant be too sure
Milk = agressive milk farming, also once the animals are no longer useful they do get killed they dont lead a normal life.

I only eat free range eggs and I'm trying to give up milk but cant find a brand of soya that doesnt make me feel sick.
Try buffalo milk. natural and free range, live to a healthy life. Avaliable form ebay. (surprisingly enough)
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(Original post by Tinykates)
i know - i was only 15 then - i get £4.65 now at Next
shame, i get £5.47 an hour actually (i used to get $4.57 at marks and spencers, because they're a bunch of cheapskates)
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