Customer Assistant (Former Employee) – Coalville – 10 March 2018
I worked at morrisons for just over a year and a half, i loved most of the people i worked with and the job was easy for the money i was on, however some people can make your work life very hard. It just depends who you are working with. The reason i left was because of a few other members of staff
Night Team Manager (Current Employee) – Yeovil – 3 March 2018
A typical day would be working a 1400-2200 case load delivery at 60 cases and hour. The management don't always communicate that well. Everyone gets on well and all enjoy a good giggle. I find that the hardest part of the job is the amount of long term sickness that the store is having and still trying to complete the delivery. I find it is difficult to a home/work life balance working night shifts
Ground Worker (Current Employee) – Scotland – 2 March 2018
This is a very demanding company to work for complete lack of understanding on family and health issues have been working for this company for years and still no change. They have high understanding of their customers what about the Employee?
Administration Assistant/ Practical Work (Former Employee) – Wakefield – 1 March 2018
If this is your first job, or you are stuck for work, this job passes time and is rewarding in its own little ways. You must have good customer service to deal with certain people that enter the store, but other than that it is excellent as a part time job.
I worked there for 6 years management have no respect for you unless you walk round in hardly nothing then you get there attention. A lot of favouratetism so if you worked your backside off and never on sick then you get treated like poo. I would of rather been sent down for 6 years than wasted it there cause you'd get treated better in prison than there, no chance of going up the ladder unless your face fits or your up the managers backside (literally). Worst company ever would never recommend anyone to work there, there only good thing about the place was the wages and made a few good mates but not good for your health makes you stressed and ill.
Petrol Station Manager (Current Employee) – Derby, Derbyshire – 26 February 2018
it can be very challenging working with in an extremely busy petrol station especially with the public whohave to queue and wait for fuel they can be verbally aggressive towards you and the staff, but each day is different and every day brings different faces