The company is more concerned with profits than the well-being of its employees. Little wiggle room for scheduling, with either too few hours, or too many for one person to handle. 9.5 hour shifts are common. You only one 30 minute break the entire day unless you have a sympathetic manager.
As a result, stores are understaffed and employees are stressed. Burn-out happens over and over. Contacting corporate management is useless, and any questions you have will be answered differently depending on who you're talking to. Expect to solve a lot of problems yourself, and then be scolded for not following standards that were never made available to you.
Stock comes twice a week, and is often sent with disregard to what was actually ordered. Warehouse issues are common, and communication is poor, especially when it comes to requesting to send back or transfer excess product.
Use-and-abuse defines the practices of Miniso Canada. You'll work inane hours, be given a workload you can't complete within it, and wade through ever-changing policies. Burn-out is high, and staff is constantly revolving.
Overall, not worth the wage (which will be laughable and firmly non-negotiable, since anything higher would cut in to their strict payroll budgets).
fun coworkers (until they leave), freedom in merchandising
unreliable hours, absent upper management, no benefits/discounts, static wage with no raises, very high stress