/ NEWS: The start of your new career: a job at Joe Browns
Read more at http://www.ukclimbing.com/news/older.html?month=12&year=2008#n45492
They should get a few applicants I reckon. Only 20 days holiday though.Mmmmmm.
'In the early years Joe Brown fibreglass helmets were manufactured on the
How times have changed!
No suggestion of salary bands. Could be on minimum wage, could potentially earn £50k?
Good luck to whoever applies.
20 days is the statutory minimum.
24 days per year (thoug that can include the 8 bank holidays. Going up next year to 28 days per year.
> No suggestion of salary bands. Could be on minimum wage, could potentially earn £50k?
I have made this charge a number of times and the response is always - we will pay based on experience which to my mind means minimum wage.
Retail climbing sales wage varies. Usually start at minimum or just above, sometimes can include commission on sales. Then with experience and promotion it increases.
> 24 days per year (thoug that can include the 8 bank holidays. Going up next year to 28 days per year.
We're turning into a nation of wimps ;)
Most people already get at least 128 days including weekends.
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