Customer service (Current Employee) – Birmingham, West Midlands – 13 September 2018
Have had 5 managers in 3 years over 2 stores and only one hasn’t been any good. Staff are like schoolkids, it’s full of cliques and if your face doesn’t fit then you’re on your own in all senses of the word
Porter/Checkout Operator (Former Employee) – Birmingham – 7 August 2018
The managers have no clue whats going on and don't care about you. All they care about is getting promotions and will use anyone to there. Constantly under staffed and expect the same results and all they go on about is how the wage bill is too expensive. They simply don't have a clue whats going on.
Sales Assistant (Former Employee) – Birmingham, West Midlands – 24 June 2018
got fairly good hours and a decent pay but the bosses at the company treated you badly. Also through my time there they started taking away some of the perks for colleges such as getting hot meals and double time on holidays
Asda Colleague (Former Employee) – Birmingham – 20 March 2018
Three shifts a week that paid well and were easy to get into. It was a routine from the first month and not many things changed over the course of my employment. If you are looking to work alongside the rest of your life this is a good pick.
Home Shopping colleague (Former Employee) – Birmingham – 25 February 2018
Wouldn't bother. As former driver at this store I can tell you it's a nightmare there. Hours been slashed to the point where some staff lost 50 hours a month senior managers couldn't care less. Morale is through the floor. They WILL mess your wages up one driver hand been paid correctly for 5 months.
used to work on the shop-floor and was given specific aisles to stock and keep tidy. was pretty much left to get on with it and as long as the aisles were reasonably stock the management were happy. was working there as part time basis during college.