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Working for Harrods

AdvantagesDecent pay rate, Frequent overtime available, Looks good on CV, Worker discounts, friendly staff from all over the world, relaxed working environment (in some departments)

DisadvantagesCommuting to Knightsbridge (cost and hassle on tubes), Overzealous security and administration, Dirty staff toilets!

"...home early. Methods of employment - There are two methods of working for Harrods during sale time. One is to work directly for them while the other is to go through an external agency. If working for Harrods directly you will be working for a sole department the majority of the time. External agency staff work on a demand basis so can be working in various departments. However I have seen during sale time agency staff waiting around for ..." Read review
06.12.2006

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"I'd like to find a job as a shop assistant in your company.I think this is adequate to my previous experiences.I will proudly represented your company and constitute a reputable member of your team. Work experience:1996-2004 "MENAGER"-Service and trade agency Poland Supervisor of four bureau the change.Responsible inspections of money dealing institution.Human resources manager over 17 members of personnel. 2005-Present "little Italy"-restaurant United Kingdom Cashier/waitress-attending customers-taking orders and advising.Responsible for totaling the amount due for purchase,charging the consumer for that amount,and then collecting payment for the goods or services exchanged.Handling of charge/debit card payments. Interest: Fshion,music and travel References: Available upon request Elzbieta Patrejko
02.04.2008

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