A department that's been in decline for several years now. Big clique within support roles and senior management that means if you're popular with the right people you'll progress just fine. Too many people who make a lot of noise without ever delivering. Once ASOS.com stops growing by double digit figures year on year the truth about how poorly run this department is will likely get noticed and people will get found out.
Buying Womenswear branded (Current Employee) – London – 17 October 2015
Having worked at Asos.com a number of years, I have begun to feel more like a number, rather than an individual. The politics throughout the buying floor become petty and create an unsavoury environment.
supervisor/operative (Former Employee) – hemel hempstead – 3 January 2013
i worked for asos from the start and so got to know the ceo quite well he inspired a lot people to always go that little bit further and made it a fun and enjoyable place to be.There was never really a "typical day" because the business was growing at such a fast rate every day posed fresh challenges.The people that worked there were mostly enthusiastic and focused people that were always willing to help.Not every day but sometimes the hardest part of the day was home time.The most enjoyable part of the job was working with people who all wanted the same thing and had a genuine interest in the company.
good working environment, 40% discount, relative good pay