HR1996
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Just wondering what to expect at my induction next week!
Also, for anyone who works in greggs, what's it like to work there?

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Usually at an induction they will give you a tour of your workplace and facilities. You will be introduced to other people, taught how to use the tills and how the business works; your duties/timetable/hours etc.

You will get paid for your induction day and probably given your uniform before you leave.

Make sure you bring anything they ask you to, like passport or National Insurance number etc. so that you can fill out any forms.

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I just started working at Greggs. This weekend would be my third 3 (I work 12 hrs per weekend). It's honestly not a bad job. Once you learn everything like learning the patterns on the products, finding them on the till, and making the food it's simple. The hard part is dealing with the customers. The one i work at gets busy all the time so it's just about being patience. But the key is having a good team
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