Store Manager – (Unit Business Manager)
Michaelwood, Dursley c£23,000

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John Lewis has proved that it is still the best at keeping customers happy as it retained its position as the nation’s top retailer for customer satisfaction according to a survey by Verdict Research.

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Sportswear retailer Sports Direct has said it is on track to hit its full year EBITDA target after group sales climbed by 10.3% in the nine weeks to 30 March 2014. Gross profit increased by 11.5% to £147 million.

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