The supervisory authorities for occupational health and safety say that many employees suffer from the smell of chemicals from Primark textiles, the excessive noise in the stores and the partially inadequate ventilation in the sales areas. In addition, Primark has its employees monitored by cameras and employees also have to sign a clause in their contracts with Primark stating that the employer regularly carries out personnel exit checks and reserves the right to investigate. However, these contractual provisions violate the personal rights of the employees. Primark continues to employ its employees only on a part-time basis, which in turn makes many employees dependent on the JobCenter, as the small amount of money makes additional services necessary. The approach and type of employment seems to be a good (in the sense of cheap) strategy for Primark. The big question is: What does Primark actually do for its employees? What does Primark do to make employees feel comfortable at their workplace?