Christmas casual jobs at CUE

Last updated 18th August 2020

Cue started in Australia in 1968 by Rod Levis, who was inspired by the revolution in fashion happening in London in the late 1960's. Their first store was in Sydney's Strand Arcade, decked out in red plastic and aluminium floors and thumping 60's music.

Cue is still wholly owned by its founding family in Australia. Their head office is in Surry Hills, Sydney and most of their clothing is still made in Australia.

Christmas casuals get staff discounts, even on new-season product. You will also be eligible for incentives based on sales. So if you are goal orientated, this might be the place for you.

How to get a Christmas casual job at Cue

They advertise across October and November.

You need to be available to work on the day after Christmas day - Boxing day - for the sales. So don't apply if that doesnt work for you.

Summer Jobs has heard that Cue do group interviews, which you will be invited to after you apply online.

The group interview starts with Cue's history. The next stage was and QandA session with each candidate. Glassdoor.com suggests they are looking for outgoing and passionate people.

We have been told one question that has been asked in Cue group interviews: "How would you approach a customer who does not want to be served?

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