Dove men extra fresh 10p superdrug instore
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kamenitzabrit49 m ago

Do you ever stop and think that it's you and me who pay their wages - if …Do you ever stop and think that it's you and me who pay their wages - if there were no customers the store would close. This is one of the biggest problems in retailing today, just ask managers if they think their staff realise they are not paid by head office, but by the customers spending their money and buying goods from the shop. Many staff fail to realise this which is why attitudes towards customers can be awful in some shops.If they are not happy with the wage they are paid then they can look elsewhere - very low wages get topped up by working tax credits, but it is not possible for every person working in a job in this country to get paid thousands of pounds per month - that's why your parents tell you to study harder at school in order to get a better job with a higher wage. Yes, it's more complicated than that, but filling shelves and chatting to your mates about what you did last night is never going to earn you the highest wages in the country - life is about winners and losers,


I'm in my 14th year of working for Superdrug. I started off as a Saturday girl at the age of 16 and now work to support a family (I have 4 children and 1 on the way). I don't see myself as a loser. I work hard to provide for my family and I'm proud that not only do my kids not go without, but I also bring them up to respect others and to appreciate a good work ethic. Whilst you moan about retail workers "chatting about what they did last night", just stop and have a little think of who it is that gets up before 4am to ensure there is stock on the shelves for customers like yourself to shop or who can only have Christmas Day off to spend with family as they have to be back in at 8am on boxing day to get ready for another day in retail.
I appreciate that the members of the public pay my wages, but please do not be so judgemental in your attitude. Just because you have letters after your name, it doesn't make you any better a human being.
_TheLondonCyclist_5 m ago

Blimey. I might check that out. Is it nationwide?


Just in Dover, according to the post title
kamenitzabrit11 m ago

Do you ever stop and think that it's you and me who pay their wages - if …Do you ever stop and think that it's you and me who pay their wages - if there were no customers the store would close. This is one of the biggest problems in retailing today, just ask managers if they think their staff realise they are not paid by head office, but by the customers spending their money and buying goods from the shop. Many staff fail to realise this which is why attitudes towards customers can be awful in some shops.If they are not happy with the wage they are paid then they can look elsewhere - very low wages get topped up by working tax credits, but it is not possible for every person working in a job in this country to get paid thousands of pounds per month - that's why your parents tell you to study harder at school in order to get a better job with a higher wage. Yes, it's more complicated than that, but filling shelves and chatting to your mates about what you did last night is never going to earn you the highest wages in the country - life is about winners and losers,


Shame you have such a shallow outlook on life.
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Blimey. I might check that out. Is it nationwide?
What store ?
Bargain is it store specific?
_TheLondonCyclist_5 m ago

Blimey. I might check that out. Is it nationwide?


Just in Dover, according to the post title
cis_groupie9 m ago

Just in Dover, according to the post title


Noooooo haha
Who is giving as all a lift to Dover?
Lol @ Dover
Edited by: "muntyflumple" 14th Dec 2017
That's my dad's present sorted thanks 👌
Quite likely to be store specific, like lots of superdrug clearance prices, so good luck when searching, and hope staff have not put them all aside for giving to friends as extra xmas pressies - happens in my local store according to former employees.
kamenitzabrit6 m ago

Quite likely to be store specific, like lots of superdrug clearance …Quite likely to be store specific, like lots of superdrug clearance prices, so good luck when searching, and hope staff have not put them all aside for giving to friends as extra xmas pressies - happens in my local store according to former employees.


they deserve a little perk on the wage they get paid.
thomasleep11 m ago

they deserve a little perk on the wage they get paid.



Agree..
Think this will be a wild goose chase...
cis_groupie48 m ago

Just in Dover, according to the post title


hahahaha I snorted!!!
What exactly does a Dover man smell like?
I've been to Dover, and it stinks of fish, so this is a no from me!
thomasleep2 h, 20 m ago

they deserve a little perk on the wage they get paid.



Do you ever stop and think that it's you and me who pay their wages - if there were no customers the store would close. This is one of the biggest problems in retailing today, just ask managers if they think their staff realise they are not paid by head office, but by the customers spending their money and buying goods from the shop. Many staff fail to realise this which is why attitudes towards customers can be awful in some shops.

If they are not happy with the wage they are paid then they can look elsewhere - very low wages get topped up by working tax credits, but it is not possible for every person working in a job in this country to get paid thousands of pounds per month - that's why your parents tell you to study harder at school in order to get a better job with a higher wage.
Yes, it's more complicated than that, but filling shelves and chatting to your mates about what you did last night is never going to earn you the highest wages in the country - life is about winners and losers,
kamenitzabrit11 m ago

Do you ever stop and think that it's you and me who pay their wages - if …Do you ever stop and think that it's you and me who pay their wages - if there were no customers the store would close. This is one of the biggest problems in retailing today, just ask managers if they think their staff realise they are not paid by head office, but by the customers spending their money and buying goods from the shop. Many staff fail to realise this which is why attitudes towards customers can be awful in some shops.If they are not happy with the wage they are paid then they can look elsewhere - very low wages get topped up by working tax credits, but it is not possible for every person working in a job in this country to get paid thousands of pounds per month - that's why your parents tell you to study harder at school in order to get a better job with a higher wage. Yes, it's more complicated than that, but filling shelves and chatting to your mates about what you did last night is never going to earn you the highest wages in the country - life is about winners and losers,


Shame you have such a shallow outlook on life.
kamenitzabrit42 m ago

Do you ever stop and think that it's you and me who pay their wages - if …Do you ever stop and think that it's you and me who pay their wages - if there were no customers the store would close. This is one of the biggest problems in retailing today, just ask managers if they think their staff realise they are not paid by head office, but by the customers spending their money and buying goods from the shop. Many staff fail to realise this which is why attitudes towards customers can be awful in some shops.If they are not happy with the wage they are paid then they can look elsewhere - very low wages get topped up by working tax credits, but it is not possible for every person working in a job in this country to get paid thousands of pounds per month - that's why your parents tell you to study harder at school in order to get a better job with a higher wage. Yes, it's more complicated than that, but filling shelves and chatting to your mates about what you did last night is never going to earn you the highest wages in the country - life is about winners and losers,


You tell em gordon gecko
kamenitzabrit49 m ago

Do you ever stop and think that it's you and me who pay their wages - if …Do you ever stop and think that it's you and me who pay their wages - if there were no customers the store would close. This is one of the biggest problems in retailing today, just ask managers if they think their staff realise they are not paid by head office, but by the customers spending their money and buying goods from the shop. Many staff fail to realise this which is why attitudes towards customers can be awful in some shops.If they are not happy with the wage they are paid then they can look elsewhere - very low wages get topped up by working tax credits, but it is not possible for every person working in a job in this country to get paid thousands of pounds per month - that's why your parents tell you to study harder at school in order to get a better job with a higher wage. Yes, it's more complicated than that, but filling shelves and chatting to your mates about what you did last night is never going to earn you the highest wages in the country - life is about winners and losers,


I'm in my 14th year of working for Superdrug. I started off as a Saturday girl at the age of 16 and now work to support a family (I have 4 children and 1 on the way). I don't see myself as a loser. I work hard to provide for my family and I'm proud that not only do my kids not go without, but I also bring them up to respect others and to appreciate a good work ethic. Whilst you moan about retail workers "chatting about what they did last night", just stop and have a little think of who it is that gets up before 4am to ensure there is stock on the shelves for customers like yourself to shop or who can only have Christmas Day off to spend with family as they have to be back in at 8am on boxing day to get ready for another day in retail.
I appreciate that the members of the public pay my wages, but please do not be so judgemental in your attitude. Just because you have letters after your name, it doesn't make you any better a human being.
RyansMummy1 h, 46 m ago

I'm in my 14th year of working for Superdrug. I started off as a Saturday …I'm in my 14th year of working for Superdrug. I started off as a Saturday girl at the age of 16 and now work to support a family (I have 4 children and 1 on the way). I don't see myself as a loser. I work hard to provide for my family and I'm proud that not only do my kids not go without, but I also bring them up to respect others and to appreciate a good work ethic. Whilst you moan about retail workers "chatting about what they did last night", just stop and have a little think of who it is that gets up before 4am to ensure there is stock on the shelves for customers like yourself to shop or who can only have Christmas Day off to spend with family as they have to be back in at 8am on boxing day to get ready for another day in retail. I appreciate that the members of the public pay my wages, but please do not be so judgemental in your attitude. Just because you have letters after your name, it doesn't make you any better a human being.



Well said!
kamenitzabrit3 h, 13 m ago

Do you ever stop and think that it's you and me who pay their wages - if …Do you ever stop and think that it's you and me who pay their wages - if there were no customers the store would close. This is one of the biggest problems in retailing today, just ask managers if they think their staff realise they are not paid by head office, but by the customers spending their money and buying goods from the shop. Many staff fail to realise this which is why attitudes towards customers can be awful in some shops.If they are not happy with the wage they are paid then they can look elsewhere - very low wages get topped up by working tax credits, but it is not possible for every person working in a job in this country to get paid thousands of pounds per month - that's why your parents tell you to study harder at school in order to get a better job with a higher wage. Yes, it's more complicated than that, but filling shelves and chatting to your mates about what you did last night is never going to earn you the highest wages in the country - life is about winners and losers,



Retail is one of the industries where the hours are long and usually un-sociable plus it's not generally well paid apart from the more senior mgt positons. I think that also generally pay between retail companies is pretty similar; so the option of someone working in retail moving to another company and to get allot more money does'nt exist.

If I worked in retail I would certainly snaffle some of the good deals...
Edited by: "afroylnt" 14th Dec 2017
I;m still baffled - what is Dove Extra Fresh?
i would of emptied the shelf,


with no shame.
joesmum2 h, 50 m ago

I;m still baffled - what is Dove Extra Fresh?



A very clean pigeon.

And on a more serious note - body & face wash for men.
kamenitzabrit8 h, 21 m ago

Do you ever stop and think that it's you and me who pay their wages - if …Do you ever stop and think that it's you and me who pay their wages - if there were no customers the store would close. This is one of the biggest problems in retailing today, just ask managers if they think their staff realise they are not paid by head office, but by the customers spending their money and buying goods from the shop. Many staff fail to realise this which is why attitudes towards customers can be awful in some shops.If they are not happy with the wage they are paid then they can look elsewhere - very low wages get topped up by working tax credits, but it is not possible for every person working in a job in this country to get paid thousands of pounds per month - that's why your parents tell you to study harder at school in order to get a better job with a higher wage. Yes, it's more complicated than that, but filling shelves and chatting to your mates about what you did last night is never going to earn you the highest wages in the country - life is about winners and losers,



I don't know how to you can write that, people who work in retail are amongst the most productive and hard working, that is a fact. Not only do they man the tills, but also stock the shelves, do the tills, clean the shop, and deal with unpleasant people like yourself.

I have held a number of jobs in retail, and whilst its often the most unforgiving role I worked my arse off. I would never in a month of Sundays look down on anyone working in retail, its a bloody difficult job that many would loathe to do. Believe it or not, working in retail does require a specific skill set which not everyone has.

I'm sorry but your post was rather obnoxious and condescending, maybe if you looked outside your quarter of a million pound house, not everyone behaves or thinks like you.
I hope it's in my local store
I picked up loads of the bigger bottles of Aussie shower gel (400 ml I think) for 30p each on Saturday in Superdrug. Good deals in certain stores atm
None in my two locals
DEALS4EVA3 h, 13 m ago

I picked up loads of the bigger bottles of Aussie shower gel (400 ml I …I picked up loads of the bigger bottles of Aussie shower gel (400 ml I think) for 30p each on Saturday in Superdrug. Good deals in certain stores atm


Thats good, do you have a photo of the item please, sometimes my local doesnt have the correct prices on the shelf so i do get them to scan and check
shaylorkay13 m ago

Thats good, do you have a photo of the item please, sometimes my local …Thats good, do you have a photo of the item please, sometimes my local doesnt have the correct prices on the shelf so i do get them to scan and check



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These were in a basket in the middle of the floor, but there were some on a “reduced shelf” as well. I also got that fancy shampoo normally £7 a bottle for 70p, but there was only one of those left.

I didn’t post as I assume it’s pretty store specific, but all stores seem to have something reduced, so worth a call in if you are passing.
Edited by: "DEALS4EVA" 15th Dec 2017
DEALS4EVA1 h, 49 m ago

[Image] These were in a basket in the middle of the floor, but there were …[Image] These were in a basket in the middle of the floor, but there were some on a “reduced shelf” as well. I also got that fancy shampoo normally £7 a bottle for 70p, but there was only one of those left.I didn’t post as I assume it’s pretty store specific, but all stores seem to have something reduced, so worth a call in if you are passing.


Thankyou
I usually pop in most days before or after work and come out with a bag of goodies for stocking fillers
kamenitzabrit14th Dec

Do you ever stop and think that it's you and me who pay their wages - if …Do you ever stop and think that it's you and me who pay their wages - if there were no customers the store would close. This is one of the biggest problems in retailing today, just ask managers if they think their staff realise they are not paid by head office, but by the customers spending their money and buying goods from the shop. Many staff fail to realise this which is why attitudes towards customers can be awful in some shops.If they are not happy with the wage they are paid then they can look elsewhere - very low wages get topped up by working tax credits, but it is not possible for every person working in a job in this country to get paid thousands of pounds per month - that's why your parents tell you to study harder at school in order to get a better job with a higher wage. Yes, it's more complicated than that, but filling shelves and chatting to your mates about what you did last night is never going to earn you the highest wages in the country - life is about winners and losers,


Haha, so everyone who works in retail also receives working tax credits? I’ve worked in retail and I have a degree.

It’s people like you who annoy retail staff, you think they owe you something which they do NOT! You’re a loser.
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