200 new jobs to be created at new Marks & Spencer store on York's outskirts

York Press: 200 new jobs to be created at new Marks & Spencer store on York's outskirts 200 new jobs to be created at new Marks & Spencer store on York's outskirts

MARKS & Spencer revealed today that its new store on York’s outskirts will create 200 new jobs.

The 100,000 sq ft store at Vangarde Retail Park, which will be one of the biggest in the region, opens on Thursday April 10.

A spokeswoman said the 200 new jobs will be in addition to employees transferring across to the store from existing M&S stores at Monks Cross and the Coppergate Centre, which are closing down.

She said the main city centre store in Pavement/ Parliament Street is also set to undergo a full refurbishment and modernisation during April, but will remain open throughout the improvements.

“The new store will be one of the biggest in the region and will offer customers in the area even more shopping options across fashion, beauty, food and homeware,” she said.

“The store has been built using sustainable building technologies and practices, including putting zero waste into landfill during development. It will be one of the most sustainable M&S stores yet, with eco features such as a 60,000 litre rainwater harvesting tank, a green living wall and PV solar panel installation, which is a first for a new M&S store.

“Customers can also look forward to a new 170-seat café, in-store bakery and deli counter, as well as larger fashion, beauty, food and home departments, bringing the best that M&S has to offer under one roof.”

The existing stores at Monks Cross will close on April 9, and the Coppergate Centre store will shut on April 26.

Store Manager, Hilary Wilkinson, said: “We are thrilled to be in the final stages of unveiling our bigger and better store at Monks Cross, providing local customers with a stronger offer under one roof and a state of the art store.

“As part of this investment, we are increasing the amount of selling space we have in York and we can’t wait for customers to benefit from the introduction of bigger fashion ranges, a new Beauty Hall and large Food and Homeware department, with one of the biggest stores in the region now on their doorstep.”

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12:48pm Mon 3 Feb 14

Tom6187 says...

200 jobs? How many are permanent roles? How many are temporary shop fitters, construction workers and the like? I hate these figures that purely serve to make giant firms look better, it's complete nonsense.
200 jobs? How many are permanent roles? How many are temporary shop fitters, construction workers and the like? I hate these figures that purely serve to make giant firms look better, it's complete nonsense. Tom6187

1:12pm Mon 3 Feb 14

Alf Garnett says...

Well the way M&S have been going recently doesn't fill me with optimism regarding their future, either on the "High Street" or out of town.
Well the way M&S have been going recently doesn't fill me with optimism regarding their future, either on the "High Street" or out of town. Alf Garnett

1:38pm Mon 3 Feb 14

YorkPatrol says...

Tom6187 wrote:
200 jobs? How many are permanent roles? How many are temporary shop fitters, construction workers and the like? I hate these figures that purely serve to make giant firms look better, it's complete nonsense.
What if these 200 jobs are all permanent roles?

Why spout off like a nut case until all of the facts are known?
[quote][p][bold]Tom6187[/bold] wrote: 200 jobs? How many are permanent roles? How many are temporary shop fitters, construction workers and the like? I hate these figures that purely serve to make giant firms look better, it's complete nonsense.[/p][/quote]What if these 200 jobs are all permanent roles? Why spout off like a nut case until all of the facts are known? YorkPatrol

2:39pm Mon 3 Feb 14

Tom6187 says...

YorkPatrol wrote:
Tom6187 wrote:
200 jobs? How many are permanent roles? How many are temporary shop fitters, construction workers and the like? I hate these figures that purely serve to make giant firms look better, it's complete nonsense.
What if these 200 jobs are all permanent roles?

Why spout off like a nut case until all of the facts are known?
200 permanent jobs in a Marks and Spencer's? Jesus wept, you are the type of person they aim this rubbish at.
[quote][p][bold]YorkPatrol[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tom6187[/bold] wrote: 200 jobs? How many are permanent roles? How many are temporary shop fitters, construction workers and the like? I hate these figures that purely serve to make giant firms look better, it's complete nonsense.[/p][/quote]What if these 200 jobs are all permanent roles? Why spout off like a nut case until all of the facts are known?[/p][/quote]200 permanent jobs in a Marks and Spencer's? Jesus wept, you are the type of person they aim this rubbish at. Tom6187

2:44pm Mon 3 Feb 14

CaroleBaines says...

Tom6187 wrote:
200 jobs? How many are permanent roles? How many are temporary shop fitters, construction workers and the like? I hate these figures that purely serve to make giant firms look better, it's complete nonsense.
The 200 jobs are store ones and not shop-fitters or construction. The figure, nor its composition, has not changed since this was first mooted in Feb 2011.
[quote][p][bold]Tom6187[/bold] wrote: 200 jobs? How many are permanent roles? How many are temporary shop fitters, construction workers and the like? I hate these figures that purely serve to make giant firms look better, it's complete nonsense.[/p][/quote]The 200 jobs are store ones and not shop-fitters or construction. The figure, nor its composition, has not changed since this was first mooted in Feb 2011. CaroleBaines

2:54pm Mon 3 Feb 14

Tom6187 says...

CaroleBaines wrote:
Tom6187 wrote:
200 jobs? How many are permanent roles? How many are temporary shop fitters, construction workers and the like? I hate these figures that purely serve to make giant firms look better, it's complete nonsense.
The 200 jobs are store ones and not shop-fitters or construction. The figure, nor its composition, has not changed since this was first mooted in Feb 2011.
So they've added about 150 jobs onto the real figure then? 200 is totally impossible, complete rubbish. They would make no profit at all.
[quote][p][bold]CaroleBaines[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tom6187[/bold] wrote: 200 jobs? How many are permanent roles? How many are temporary shop fitters, construction workers and the like? I hate these figures that purely serve to make giant firms look better, it's complete nonsense.[/p][/quote]The 200 jobs are store ones and not shop-fitters or construction. The figure, nor its composition, has not changed since this was first mooted in Feb 2011.[/p][/quote]So they've added about 150 jobs onto the real figure then? 200 is totally impossible, complete rubbish. They would make no profit at all. Tom6187

3:44pm Mon 3 Feb 14

YorkPatrol says...

Tom6187 wrote:
YorkPatrol wrote:
Tom6187 wrote: 200 jobs? How many are permanent roles? How many are temporary shop fitters, construction workers and the like? I hate these figures that purely serve to make giant firms look better, it's complete nonsense.
What if these 200 jobs are all permanent roles? Why spout off like a nut case until all of the facts are known?
200 permanent jobs in a Marks and Spencer's? Jesus wept, you are the type of person they aim this rubbish at.
On the contrary but I'm not going to state the figures are nonsense until the actual facts are known - I suggest you do the same.

Based on the size of the store, the service offerings including the 170-seat cafe, in-store bakery, deli counter etc plus the hours of trading probably equating to 10+ hours per day and the need to have staff on shift rotations not to mention security, cleaners, part time workers etc etc, 200 staff on the books is not out of the question - This doesn’t actually mean 200 staff will all be working at the same time….. Use your noggin and think about the detail before going nuts!
[quote][p][bold]Tom6187[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]YorkPatrol[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tom6187[/bold] wrote: 200 jobs? How many are permanent roles? How many are temporary shop fitters, construction workers and the like? I hate these figures that purely serve to make giant firms look better, it's complete nonsense.[/p][/quote]What if these 200 jobs are all permanent roles? Why spout off like a nut case until all of the facts are known?[/p][/quote]200 permanent jobs in a Marks and Spencer's? Jesus wept, you are the type of person they aim this rubbish at.[/p][/quote]On the contrary but I'm not going to state the figures are nonsense until the actual facts are known - I suggest you do the same. Based on the size of the store, the service offerings including the 170-seat cafe, in-store bakery, deli counter etc plus the hours of trading probably equating to 10+ hours per day and the need to have staff on shift rotations not to mention security, cleaners, part time workers etc etc, 200 staff on the books is not out of the question - This doesn’t actually mean 200 staff will all be working at the same time….. Use your noggin and think about the detail before going nuts! YorkPatrol

4:27pm Mon 3 Feb 14

Tom6187 says...

YorkPatrol wrote:
Tom6187 wrote:
YorkPatrol wrote:
Tom6187 wrote: 200 jobs? How many are permanent roles? How many are temporary shop fitters, construction workers and the like? I hate these figures that purely serve to make giant firms look better, it's complete nonsense.
What if these 200 jobs are all permanent roles? Why spout off like a nut case until all of the facts are known?
200 permanent jobs in a Marks and Spencer's? Jesus wept, you are the type of person they aim this rubbish at.
On the contrary but I'm not going to state the figures are nonsense until the actual facts are known - I suggest you do the same.

Based on the size of the store, the service offerings including the 170-seat cafe, in-store bakery, deli counter etc plus the hours of trading probably equating to 10+ hours per day and the need to have staff on shift rotations not to mention security, cleaners, part time workers etc etc, 200 staff on the books is not out of the question - This doesn’t actually mean 200 staff will all be working at the same time….. Use your noggin and think about the detail before going nuts!
It won't even be close to 100! Use your noggin, how stupid can you be?
[quote][p][bold]YorkPatrol[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tom6187[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]YorkPatrol[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tom6187[/bold] wrote: 200 jobs? How many are permanent roles? How many are temporary shop fitters, construction workers and the like? I hate these figures that purely serve to make giant firms look better, it's complete nonsense.[/p][/quote]What if these 200 jobs are all permanent roles? Why spout off like a nut case until all of the facts are known?[/p][/quote]200 permanent jobs in a Marks and Spencer's? Jesus wept, you are the type of person they aim this rubbish at.[/p][/quote]On the contrary but I'm not going to state the figures are nonsense until the actual facts are known - I suggest you do the same. Based on the size of the store, the service offerings including the 170-seat cafe, in-store bakery, deli counter etc plus the hours of trading probably equating to 10+ hours per day and the need to have staff on shift rotations not to mention security, cleaners, part time workers etc etc, 200 staff on the books is not out of the question - This doesn’t actually mean 200 staff will all be working at the same time….. Use your noggin and think about the detail before going nuts![/p][/quote]It won't even be close to 100! Use your noggin, how stupid can you be? Tom6187

4:33pm Mon 3 Feb 14

CaroleBaines says...

YorkPatrol wrote:
Tom6187 wrote:
YorkPatrol wrote:
Tom6187 wrote: 200 jobs? How many are permanent roles? How many are temporary shop fitters, construction workers and the like? I hate these figures that purely serve to make giant firms look better, it's complete nonsense.
What if these 200 jobs are all permanent roles? Why spout off like a nut case until all of the facts are known?
200 permanent jobs in a Marks and Spencer's? Jesus wept, you are the type of person they aim this rubbish at.
On the contrary but I'm not going to state the figures are nonsense until the actual facts are known - I suggest you do the same.

Based on the size of the store, the service offerings including the 170-seat cafe, in-store bakery, deli counter etc plus the hours of trading probably equating to 10+ hours per day and the need to have staff on shift rotations not to mention security, cleaners, part time workers etc etc, 200 staff on the books is not out of the question - This doesn’t actually mean 200 staff will all be working at the same time….. Use your noggin and think about the detail before going nuts!
Exactly. Won't all be working at the same time is the correct answer. And its a big store!!
[quote][p][bold]YorkPatrol[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tom6187[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]YorkPatrol[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tom6187[/bold] wrote: 200 jobs? How many are permanent roles? How many are temporary shop fitters, construction workers and the like? I hate these figures that purely serve to make giant firms look better, it's complete nonsense.[/p][/quote]What if these 200 jobs are all permanent roles? Why spout off like a nut case until all of the facts are known?[/p][/quote]200 permanent jobs in a Marks and Spencer's? Jesus wept, you are the type of person they aim this rubbish at.[/p][/quote]On the contrary but I'm not going to state the figures are nonsense until the actual facts are known - I suggest you do the same. Based on the size of the store, the service offerings including the 170-seat cafe, in-store bakery, deli counter etc plus the hours of trading probably equating to 10+ hours per day and the need to have staff on shift rotations not to mention security, cleaners, part time workers etc etc, 200 staff on the books is not out of the question - This doesn’t actually mean 200 staff will all be working at the same time….. Use your noggin and think about the detail before going nuts![/p][/quote]Exactly. Won't all be working at the same time is the correct answer. And its a big store!! CaroleBaines

4:42pm Mon 3 Feb 14

Tom6187 says...

CaroleBaines wrote:
YorkPatrol wrote:
Tom6187 wrote:
YorkPatrol wrote:
Tom6187 wrote: 200 jobs? How many are permanent roles? How many are temporary shop fitters, construction workers and the like? I hate these figures that purely serve to make giant firms look better, it's complete nonsense.
What if these 200 jobs are all permanent roles? Why spout off like a nut case until all of the facts are known?
200 permanent jobs in a Marks and Spencer's? Jesus wept, you are the type of person they aim this rubbish at.
On the contrary but I'm not going to state the figures are nonsense until the actual facts are known - I suggest you do the same.

Based on the size of the store, the service offerings including the 170-seat cafe, in-store bakery, deli counter etc plus the hours of trading probably equating to 10+ hours per day and the need to have staff on shift rotations not to mention security, cleaners, part time workers etc etc, 200 staff on the books is not out of the question - This doesn’t actually mean 200 staff will all be working at the same time….. Use your noggin and think about the detail before going nuts!
Exactly. Won't all be working at the same time is the correct answer. And its a big store!!
It won't even be close, you're all being manipulated as usual. The sheep are all following the herd, believing everything you're told.
[quote][p][bold]CaroleBaines[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]YorkPatrol[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tom6187[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]YorkPatrol[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tom6187[/bold] wrote: 200 jobs? How many are permanent roles? How many are temporary shop fitters, construction workers and the like? I hate these figures that purely serve to make giant firms look better, it's complete nonsense.[/p][/quote]What if these 200 jobs are all permanent roles? Why spout off like a nut case until all of the facts are known?[/p][/quote]200 permanent jobs in a Marks and Spencer's? Jesus wept, you are the type of person they aim this rubbish at.[/p][/quote]On the contrary but I'm not going to state the figures are nonsense until the actual facts are known - I suggest you do the same. Based on the size of the store, the service offerings including the 170-seat cafe, in-store bakery, deli counter etc plus the hours of trading probably equating to 10+ hours per day and the need to have staff on shift rotations not to mention security, cleaners, part time workers etc etc, 200 staff on the books is not out of the question - This doesn’t actually mean 200 staff will all be working at the same time….. Use your noggin and think about the detail before going nuts![/p][/quote]Exactly. Won't all be working at the same time is the correct answer. And its a big store!![/p][/quote]It won't even be close, you're all being manipulated as usual. The sheep are all following the herd, believing everything you're told. Tom6187

5:27pm Mon 3 Feb 14

jonbonce says...

Tom6187 wrote:
CaroleBaines wrote:
YorkPatrol wrote:
Tom6187 wrote:
YorkPatrol wrote:
Tom6187 wrote: 200 jobs? How many are permanent roles? How many are temporary shop fitters, construction workers and the like? I hate these figures that purely serve to make giant firms look better, it's complete nonsense.
What if these 200 jobs are all permanent roles? Why spout off like a nut case until all of the facts are known?
200 permanent jobs in a Marks and Spencer's? Jesus wept, you are the type of person they aim this rubbish at.
On the contrary but I'm not going to state the figures are nonsense until the actual facts are known - I suggest you do the same.

Based on the size of the store, the service offerings including the 170-seat cafe, in-store bakery, deli counter etc plus the hours of trading probably equating to 10+ hours per day and the need to have staff on shift rotations not to mention security, cleaners, part time workers etc etc, 200 staff on the books is not out of the question - This doesn’t actually mean 200 staff will all be working at the same time….. Use your noggin and think about the detail before going nuts!
Exactly. Won't all be working at the same time is the correct answer. And its a big store!!
It won't even be close, you're all being manipulated as usual. The sheep are all following the herd, believing everything you're told.
Bhaaaa
[quote][p][bold]Tom6187[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CaroleBaines[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]YorkPatrol[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tom6187[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]YorkPatrol[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tom6187[/bold] wrote: 200 jobs? How many are permanent roles? How many are temporary shop fitters, construction workers and the like? I hate these figures that purely serve to make giant firms look better, it's complete nonsense.[/p][/quote]What if these 200 jobs are all permanent roles? Why spout off like a nut case until all of the facts are known?[/p][/quote]200 permanent jobs in a Marks and Spencer's? Jesus wept, you are the type of person they aim this rubbish at.[/p][/quote]On the contrary but I'm not going to state the figures are nonsense until the actual facts are known - I suggest you do the same. Based on the size of the store, the service offerings including the 170-seat cafe, in-store bakery, deli counter etc plus the hours of trading probably equating to 10+ hours per day and the need to have staff on shift rotations not to mention security, cleaners, part time workers etc etc, 200 staff on the books is not out of the question - This doesn’t actually mean 200 staff will all be working at the same time….. Use your noggin and think about the detail before going nuts![/p][/quote]Exactly. Won't all be working at the same time is the correct answer. And its a big store!![/p][/quote]It won't even be close, you're all being manipulated as usual. The sheep are all following the herd, believing everything you're told.[/p][/quote]Bhaaaa jonbonce

7:01pm Mon 3 Feb 14

tobefair says...

You are all missing one important point. The Coppergate store is closing. Yet another nail in the coffin of what used to be a thriving town centre.
You are all missing one important point. The Coppergate store is closing. Yet another nail in the coffin of what used to be a thriving town centre. tobefair

7:27pm Mon 3 Feb 14

YorkPatrol says...

Tom6187 wrote:
YorkPatrol wrote:
Tom6187 wrote:
YorkPatrol wrote:
Tom6187 wrote: 200 jobs? How many are permanent roles? How many are temporary shop fitters, construction workers and the like? I hate these figures that purely serve to make giant firms look better, it's complete nonsense.
What if these 200 jobs are all permanent roles? Why spout off like a nut case until all of the facts are known?
200 permanent jobs in a Marks and Spencer's? Jesus wept, you are the type of person they aim this rubbish at.
On the contrary but I'm not going to state the figures are nonsense until the actual facts are known - I suggest you do the same.

Based on the size of the store, the service offerings including the 170-seat cafe, in-store bakery, deli counter etc plus the hours of trading probably equating to 10+ hours per day and the need to have staff on shift rotations not to mention security, cleaners, part time workers etc etc, 200 staff on the books is not out of the question - This doesn’t actually mean 200 staff will all be working at the same time….. Use your noggin and think about the detail before going nuts!
It won't even be close to 100! Use your noggin, how stupid can you be?
Not as stupid as you thicket..

Anyway, balls to you - There's no point commenting further, you can't educate pork

Get back to your Daily Mail
[quote][p][bold]Tom6187[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]YorkPatrol[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tom6187[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]YorkPatrol[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tom6187[/bold] wrote: 200 jobs? How many are permanent roles? How many are temporary shop fitters, construction workers and the like? I hate these figures that purely serve to make giant firms look better, it's complete nonsense.[/p][/quote]What if these 200 jobs are all permanent roles? Why spout off like a nut case until all of the facts are known?[/p][/quote]200 permanent jobs in a Marks and Spencer's? Jesus wept, you are the type of person they aim this rubbish at.[/p][/quote]On the contrary but I'm not going to state the figures are nonsense until the actual facts are known - I suggest you do the same. Based on the size of the store, the service offerings including the 170-seat cafe, in-store bakery, deli counter etc plus the hours of trading probably equating to 10+ hours per day and the need to have staff on shift rotations not to mention security, cleaners, part time workers etc etc, 200 staff on the books is not out of the question - This doesn’t actually mean 200 staff will all be working at the same time….. Use your noggin and think about the detail before going nuts![/p][/quote]It won't even be close to 100! Use your noggin, how stupid can you be?[/p][/quote]Not as stupid as you thicket.. Anyway, balls to you - There's no point commenting further, you can't educate pork Get back to your Daily Mail YorkPatrol

8:25pm Mon 3 Feb 14

Pinza-C55 says...

tobefair wrote:
You are all missing one important point. The Coppergate store is closing. Yet another nail in the coffin of what used to be a thriving town centre.
But it is being replaced by a Primark with an additional floor grafted onto the roof. Another floor inevitably means more jobs?
[quote][p][bold]tobefair[/bold] wrote: You are all missing one important point. The Coppergate store is closing. Yet another nail in the coffin of what used to be a thriving town centre.[/p][/quote]But it is being replaced by a Primark with an additional floor grafted onto the roof. Another floor inevitably means more jobs? Pinza-C55

9:14pm Mon 3 Feb 14

York_Boy says...

Tom......I think you are either aiming your wrath at a global retailer so probably a bit of a lefty....or you applied and failed to get a job??? Truth is there are over 200 permanent new roles created in this store. This does not include any contractors or cleaners, or the people moving from the stores that are closing. This will be a flagship store, but if you come near it I imagine the company would ban you anyway, you woolly minded liberal. Thanks now.
Tom......I think you are either aiming your wrath at a global retailer so probably a bit of a lefty....or you applied and failed to get a job??? Truth is there are over 200 permanent new roles created in this store. This does not include any contractors or cleaners, or the people moving from the stores that are closing. This will be a flagship store, but if you come near it I imagine the company would ban you anyway, you woolly minded liberal. Thanks now. York_Boy

9:49pm Mon 3 Feb 14

eboney66 says...

Tom6187 wrote:
200 jobs? How many are permanent roles? How many are temporary shop fitters, construction workers and the like? I hate these figures that purely serve to make giant firms look better, it's complete nonsense.
The jobs they are talking about are permanent, for Marks & Spencer, they are instore vacancies ranging throughout the departments in store, I actually already work for M&S and will be working in the new store which will need in the region of 400 staff altogether
[quote][p][bold]Tom6187[/bold] wrote: 200 jobs? How many are permanent roles? How many are temporary shop fitters, construction workers and the like? I hate these figures that purely serve to make giant firms look better, it's complete nonsense.[/p][/quote]The jobs they are talking about are permanent, for Marks & Spencer, they are instore vacancies ranging throughout the departments in store, I actually already work for M&S and will be working in the new store which will need in the region of 400 staff altogether eboney66

8:42am Tue 4 Feb 14

TheLumpster says...

Assuming the new shop is open 9am - 8pm Mon-Sat and for 6 hours on a Sunday, then that is 72 hrs per week.....against a full-time worker doing 40 hrs per week. On this basis, it's easy to see how you will need 200 more people to cover these opening hours and bear in mind that there are large numbers of people employed in training, in the warehouse, office, staff canteen etc etc.. It sounds like it is going to be a very big store.
Assuming the new shop is open 9am - 8pm Mon-Sat and for 6 hours on a Sunday, then that is 72 hrs per week.....against a full-time worker doing 40 hrs per week. On this basis, it's easy to see how you will need 200 more people to cover these opening hours and bear in mind that there are large numbers of people employed in training, in the warehouse, office, staff canteen etc etc.. It sounds like it is going to be a very big store. TheLumpster

1:36pm Tue 4 Feb 14

malonemalone says...

Tom6187 wrote:
200 jobs? How many are permanent roles? How many are temporary shop fitters, construction workers and the like? I hate these figures that purely serve to make giant firms look better, it's complete nonsense.


Isnt Tom6187 just a silly billy........best ignored
Tom6187 wrote: 200 jobs? How many are permanent roles? How many are temporary shop fitters, construction workers and the like? I hate these figures that purely serve to make giant firms look better, it's complete nonsense. Isnt Tom6187 just a silly billy........best ignored malonemalone

1:45pm Tue 4 Feb 14

YorkPatrol says...

malonemalone wrote:
Tom6187 wrote: 200 jobs? How many are permanent roles? How many are temporary shop fitters, construction workers and the like? I hate these figures that purely serve to make giant firms look better, it's complete nonsense. Isnt Tom6187 just a silly billy........best ignored
Your right - He's just an ill informed, deluded imbecile
[quote][p][bold]malonemalone[/bold] wrote: Tom6187 wrote: 200 jobs? How many are permanent roles? How many are temporary shop fitters, construction workers and the like? I hate these figures that purely serve to make giant firms look better, it's complete nonsense. Isnt Tom6187 just a silly billy........best ignored[/p][/quote]Your right - He's just an ill informed, deluded imbecile YorkPatrol

2:17pm Tue 4 Feb 14

meme says...

What does anyone have to do to make people believe its a good news story....some will be full time and some part time...so bloody what!.. However all are better than none!
well done M and S
What does anyone have to do to make people believe its a good news story....some will be full time and some part time...so bloody what!.. However all are better than none! well done M and S [and John Lewis and all the restaurants and Next!!!] meme

10:40pm Tue 4 Feb 14

Rymeg13 says...

A fantastic opportunity for both current and new employees. There is always going to be people with unwanted and unnecessary negative comments.
#keyboardwarriors haha
A fantastic opportunity for both current and new employees. There is always going to be people with unwanted and unnecessary negative comments. #keyboardwarriors haha Rymeg13

11:33am Wed 5 Feb 14

YOUWILLDOASISAY says...

Monday M&S announce 200 new jobs.

Tuesday Council announces 240 job losses.

Coincidence or opportunistic.
Monday M&S announce 200 new jobs. Tuesday Council announces 240 job losses. Coincidence or opportunistic. YOUWILLDOASISAY

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