Pick n Pay
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  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    R50bn to R100bn
  • Industry
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Assistant Operations Manager

Kenilworth, Western Cape

3 days ago

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Assistant Brand Campaign Manager

Kenilworth, Western Cape

3 days ago

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Junior Finance Manager

Kenilworth, Western Cape

3 days ago

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Customer Success Manager - On Demand

Kenilworth, Western Cape

3 days ago

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Data Analyst - On Demand

Kenilworth, Western Cape

3 days ago

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Software Tester

Kenilworth, Western Cape

3 days ago

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Brand Campaign Manager

Kenilworth, Western Cape

3 days ago

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Product Developer - On Demand

Kenilworth, Western Cape

3 days ago

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Operations Manager - Store Operations (Core Jhb)

Kensington, Gauteng

30+ days ago

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Salary estimated from 505 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Popular Roles

R 3 685 per month
Customer Service Representative
R 4 934 per month
General Worker
R 5 326 per month


R 3 685 per month
R 4 348 per month
R 3 120 per month

Food Preparation & Service

R 3 000 per month
Service Assistant
R 3 831 per month
General Assistant
R 5 111 per month

Loading and Stocking

R 3 497 per month
Inventory Associate
R 4 905 per month
Order Picker
R 7 120 per month
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Rating overview

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Work & Life Balance


shelf packer in Witbank, Mpumalanga
on 17 February 2021
Fun working there and the company have clear policies
Work is good and the environment is workable. Management is friendly and dedicated to their duties. The only thing I am not happy about is remuneration...... It's not enough
cashier in Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape
on 16 February 2021
Challenging and fun working place
I enjoyed working with different customers and it developed my interaction skills with different cultures .Working at a retail store can be challenging each day has its own challenges and you have to be patient .
Cashier/Frontline supervisor in Bloemfontein, Free State
on 15 February 2021
Stressful as they cut hours, come month end you are unable to fulfil all your needs.
If hours were given properly it would be a better place for people like me who still would love to achieve a lot in life, the problem is the cutting of hours
cashier in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal
on 14 February 2021
Good working environment that as a great team
. Alway treat customers with respect and good customer service . It's a friendly environment, where staff is allowed interact with management . Being short as a cashier at the end it the day is the hardest part
Cashier/Customer Service in Germiston, Gauteng
on 13 February 2021
Moderate workplace
It is a good company that employs everyone it's not racist nor xenophobic. Only the working hours are a problem. Management is good and friendly. They have good customer service. There are no yearly benefits or long term benefits.
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Interview insights

Insights from 844 Indeed users who have interviewed with Pick n Pay within the last 5 years.

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Interview is average
Process takes about a day or two

Interview Questions


Shared on 20 November 2019

What is team player , and customer service .Excellent customer service, and the duty of the cashier..

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Are you a fast learner or a slow learner

Shared on 6 March 2019
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