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JACKIT99 Avatar
7y, 5d agoPosted 7 years, 5 days ago
applying to macdo,i dont think any job could be worse really than my current one,boss has had advanatage to much ,get paid £3.75 p/h and everyone [email protected] happy farm is on like 6 quid and do nothing all day and thers me working me arse off
surgestions would be great
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7y, 5d agoPosted 7 years, 5 days ago
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#1
try agencies for temp work or just keep an eye out for shops advertising for xmas staff

i know it might be hard but be thankful you have a job this time of year and remember the grass is not always greener - you might be out of work for sometime before something else comes up - that is not to say your manager should be taking advantage
#3
any thoughts about the caring professions? you can join agency or hospital bank as auxilliary nurse etc at above minimum wage.
#4
you aint going to get much at 17 anywhere on minimum wage though
perhaps set your sights higher?
#5
DAMNOME
you aint going to get much at 17 anywhere on minimum wage though
perhaps set your sights higher?

maybe yeer but dont have a clue what i want to do ,just anything which pays well

:thumbsup:
#6
Where do you currently work and how long have you been there?
#7
I work for the best boss in the world . . . . . . me !

Work for yourself, it's just a question of deciding what to do.

A pal of mine (young and unemployable) now makes a healthy living by selling organically produced food items which he buys in bulk from local producers.

He started with eggs and cheese, knocked a few doors and sold the produce and offered to call again next week.

Before he knew it he'd got a bigger round than most milkmen.

The clever bit was selling once, thereafter people buy from him

Just a thought . . . . . . . .

Cheers

Bill
#8
Bill de Sarce
I work for the best boss in the world . . . . . . me !

Work for yourself, it's just a question of deciding what to do.

A pal of mine (young and unemployable) now makes a healthy living by selling organically produced food items which he buys in bulk from local producers.

He started with eggs and cheese, knocked a few doors and sold the produce and offered to call again next week.

Before he knew it he'd got a bigger round than most milkmen.

The clever bit was selling once, thereafter people buy from him

Just a thought . . . . . . . .

Cheers

Bill


yeer thanks for that,
use to do loads of ebay dealing etc but with the fees etc not worth it anymore
#9
jtx
Where do you currently work and how long have you been there?

i've currentley got 2 jobs,fruit farm+kennels,been @the farm for a year and the other about 5 months,just the fruit farm i cant stand anymore:thumbsup:
#10
can't argue with that, except that route alone requires risk, can't you do both?
#11


yeer would prefere to work in a bigger store,tesco,asda etc
cheers:thumbsup:
#12
McDonald's would be a good place to start. I started there about a year ago part time, slightly above the minimum wage. Now I've worked there a year and been promoted twice - now as a manager I earn over £2.50 higher than the minimum wage. It's a pretty decent job, and you can have set shifts, or hand in an availability and they schedule you around that.
#13
chezz2
can't argue with that, except that route alone requires risk, can't you do both?

well yeer am still doing both( 6 days per week) but am allways looking for another job and that day i leave will be a real nice change:thumbsup:
#14
nickw90
McDonald's would be a good place to start. I started there about a year ago part time, slightly above the minimum wage. Now I've worked there a year and been promoted twice - now as a manager I earn over £2.50 higher than the minimum wage. It's a pretty decent job, and you can have set shifts, or hand in an availability and they schedule you around that.


yeer was going to apply there ages ago but didnt as everyones goes on about crap it is but seems oright compared to others,the thing that allways got me on those jobs is the thought of greasy hair and the smell of ming fatty food all day:thumbsup:
#15
JACKIT99
i've currentley got 2 jobs,fruit farm+kennels,been @the farm for a year and the other about 5 months,just the fruit farm i cant stand anymore:thumbsup:


If you've been there over a year you have rights, why do all the work and watch others do nothing?

Have you followed the company grievance procedure in regard to your manager?
#16
jtx
If you've been there over a year you have rights, why do all the work and watch others do nothing?

Have you followed the company grievance procedure in regard to your manager?

there isnt really a proper manager as the owner of the shop+farm allways butts in telling off the manager etc,so amateur really:whistling:
#17


+1

Worked at marks since i was 16 paid £6.40 recently got a pay rise to £6.53 not too shabby for a 17 year old imo.

Oh and time and a half on sundays. and there not a bad company to be with. You've left it too late for xmas temps too imo.
#18
scott1295
+1

Worked at marks since i was 16 paid £6.40 recently got a pay rise to £6.53 not too shabby for a 17 year old imo.

Oh and time and a half on sundays. and there not a bad company to be with. You've left it too late for xmas temps too imo.

all these people which are same age as me who are on like £6.50 etc just seem to be making my jobs look even crap than they allready are,im allways looking 4 better job
#19
What qualifications do you have? What do you want to do? You could improve your prospects with extra qualifications.
#20
JACKIT99
all these people which are same age as me who are on like £6.50 etc just seem to be making my jobs look even crap than they allready are,im allways looking 4 better job


well how old are you? are you confident and approachable? what are your school grades like?
#21
scott1295
well how old are you? are you confident and approachable? what are your school grades like?


yeer am confident when starting a job,im same age as u mate ans school grades pretty crap:thumbsup:
banned#22
why not type yes instead of yeer? Its less typing and will make you come across much better lol

just looks really lazy

rant over!
banned#23
jtx;7047133
If you've been there over a year you have rights, why do all the work and watch others do nothing?

Have you followed the company grievance procedure in regard to your manager?

not to mention they are breaking the law paying £3.75 per hour! :w00t:
#24
csiman
not to mention they are breaking the law paying £3.75 per hour! :w00t:


dont think so as im 17,and how exactly is yeer shorter to type than yes:whistling:
#25
Try the catering and hospitality agencies, there should be a shed load of work at this time of year.

I used to get £6 an hour waitering and £12 an hour doing silver service waitering and could easily double that with tips. That led on to some tasty bar jobs, and a few private jobs as Champagne Waiter, which was cool as I used to open the champers with a champagne sword, always pleased the ladies.

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