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When i first started it was a good job but now i dread going into work every day.

Answered 28 June 2020

Convincing the customers that you are happy by smiling, even if you aren't happy, but this is retail in general as no one wants to hear you say how bad your day was.
Stacking shelves with Alcohol, serving customers, listening to the manager to try to set jobs out on the day, receiving big pellets of boxes and moving them into the shop. Ticking off sheets to make sure everything has come in on the load. Cleaning up each night and completing paperwork by counting money in the till.

Answered 23 January 2019

Unless you tick all the boxes they say they want in your resume etc getting through to them via the website will be really hard. Look for a BWS that had a sign up saying they want staff. The manager can fast track it past the stupid system.

Answered 16 March 2020

Speak to your store CEO.
Speak to your Area Manager.

Look up the new jobs search list posted weekly

Answered 19 July 2019

The interview process is quite easy going and doesn't take long.
They will ask you a few questions and all that they expect is for you to answer them honestly to the best of your ability.


And Dress well, I like to always be presented well, So I suggest for a even better impression Go to the interview presentable, neat and tidy.


And just be you!

Answered 24 January 2018

Yes, currently in some stores in qld. I have an interview tomorrow

Answered 30 July 2020

Be yourself as it is there moto

Answered 19 July 2019

I heard back within a week that i had the role, however they were upfront with me in the interview and told me how many other applicants there were and that they would likely hire two people for the role casually before settling on who to give the part time role to

Answered 7 January 2020

Yes, you normally need your RSA and experience and knowledge about liqueur and alcohol. You might also need an RP (Responsible Person) badge and this normally takes a few weeks to get.

Answered 12 August 2019
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