With every new job, we expect you'll have questions. Here are a few of the most popular ones we get asked regularly.
We're a firm believer in a fair day's pay for a fair day's work. That's why we offer one of the most competitive rates of pay within the wholesale sector.
Salaries are paid monthly directly into your bank by direct debit.
Yes Stax are already operating the new government auto enrolment pension scheme.x
Rather than pay people who are off sick for odd days Stax operate a bonus scheme for full attendance. Stax also pay statutory sick pay where applicable.
Our prices are already low wholesale prices, but as a Stax employee you'll receive an extra 25% discount off shelf prices.
Stax operate a variety of shift patterns with full time staff roles being 39 hours per week.
For all staff who are paid by the hour, overtime is paid at time and a half.
Annual holiday entitlement including Bank Holidays is 29 per year. Holiday entitlement increases with length of service up to a maximum of 34 days.
Although a CV is not required for all roles, uploading a recent CV with your application is always helpful to the staff member recruiting during the application process.
If your job application leads to the interview stage, we'll give you any specific details you may require prior to the interview.
Yes absolutely. In fact some of our directors have worked their way through the ranks from the shop floor to the board. See more about this on the Stax Story page.
With the exception of Edinburgh each Stax branch has a cafeteria that serves breakfast, lunch and dinner as well as drinks and snacks throughout the day. The cafeteria is used by staff and customers but Stax subsidise the cost for staff who buy at reduced rates.