Last year more than 1 in 5 of the 15,000 recruits were made permanent employees after finishing their seasonal contracts.
Based in over 500 stores, the roles available include customer assistants, M&S Café assistants and store operation roles. All new recruits take part in a two day induction training session to ensure they are fully-equipped to offer the best possible customer service. Recruits will also receive the excellent reward package available at M&S, including a 20% discount on M&S products.
Steve Rowe, Director of Retail at M&S, said: “Customers turn to M&S for the most important occasions, trusting us to deliver delicious Christmas lunch, latest fashions and fantastic customer service.
Christmas at M&S
“We want to make sure that our customer needs are met so we're putting the call out for 20,000 passionate, service-centred recruits to come join the team and help make it a merry Christmas for millions of M&S shoppers.”
Applicants should be prepared to work evenings, weekends as well as Bank Holidays over the Christmas and New Year period.
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