Definitely flexible with rosters. However, climbing up is hard and very rigid as there is a step by step process in how to get there.
Even if you had a degree, there are still certain layers you need to excel and achieve in. I initially wanted to apply for UNIQLO's graduate manager program but it's best to learn about the company and how it works by working there first as a store casual.
To be honest, it's an alright company but I realised there wasn't any future there for me even if I were interested in gaining a higher position. You have to excel in ALOT of areas and I just found it stressful even for graduate managers.
But overall, you meet life long friends and cool co-workers. Other than that. I wouldn't want to work here long term.
Long hours, intense manual labour and strict store policy