EVERYONE loves a bit of Primark – a mooch around the shop to pick up some bargains.
But did you know that if you work at the budget retailer, you get first pick of items before they go out on the shop floor?
That was just one of the revelations made by Halle Williams in her TikTok video explaining the "benefits of working in Primark".
First, she showed her followers a look at the "elite staff room/cafe" they're given access to as Primark employees.
With a large kitchen area, two vending machines and plenty of seating, the room is the perfect place to grab a drink in your break.
Halle even popped the TV on, as she added: "Take Me Out and a cuppa is a vibe."
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The next reason Halle is a big fan of her employer is due to their "equal pay".
"Anyone under 23 gets £9.66 an hour, over 23 – £10," she added.
But arguably the best perk of the job was Halle's third point.
"Employees get to buy new stock before the store opens – first pick so things aren’t sold out," she wrote.
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It seems Halle might be a fairly new addition to the Primark team as she captioned her video: "Seriously tho I love my job already."
Primark fans were left delighted last month when the store launched their new website, which allows people to browse stock levels for their local shop before leaving home.
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They are also planning on adding new features to the site, including creating a wish list of clothes so you can keep tabs on the outfits you want to purchase later on.
Shoppers will also be able to create an account on the website – but there's no sign of enabling online shopping any time soon.
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