Posted: 22/01/2015 at 00:23
I can speak for the young here... my stepson who is studying for a degree worked in Tesco for the year that he was doing work experience, ( he did do the work experience as well, in case anyone calls him a shirker) anyway, he didnt mind it at all, he welcomed the extra hours when it coming up to Christmas and when he left to go back to uni, they said he could come back anytime.
My OH's half partner has a son who works in Tesco, he had been there quite a few years, quite happy there, he also has a son working in Lidl, they treat the staff so much better and have made the boy up to management position now.
These three boys are happy enough just to have a job, its not that hard work, not compared to their dads, humping ton slabs of granite around all day!
Maybe its because Launceston is a very poor area that these kids are happy to get a job. They hate being on the dole or scrounging.
I use Morrisons every week, the same people have been working there for as long as the shop has been open, some from when it was previously Safeways. They all are a very cheerful lot, if they didnt like it surely they wouldnt stay.