Safety and Legal Process Manager (Current Employee) – London – 6 June 2018
very interesting role , very challenging and good work place culture,since working in this role my people skills have imroved significantly , leadership skills have been enchanced and continue to improve. The job requires full commitment every day and this is enjoyable because the tasks can be very challenging.
Operations Coordinator (Current Employee) – London – 25 April 2018
Worked for 17 years and nothing to upgrade on my CV, No Deveploment Budget No Development Plan No Delegation a task Only work like a horse, The day you got sick then you be dumped, Like a condom after used.
Customer Service Assistant (Current Employee) – London – 19 April 2018
A typical day at ASDA is busy and challenging. I have basic training on all departments on the shop floor and am happy with the progress I have made so far. Starting off as a shelf filler, which was quite mundane, I then increased my contracted hours to 30. Working on the customer service desk suited my personality a lot more as it was a more customer focused role. It is busy and can get hectic at times but the time passes quick. The hardest part of the job is having a lot of responsibility when management are not always on the shop floor, especially in the evening. The most enjoyable part of the job is the relationships you build with your colleagues. The shop floor is a fun environment and your are able to be sociable whilst working.
Checkout Colleague (Current Employee) – London – 27 March 2018
I have gained various experiences of customer services and the flexible options are more better than when I first started. Socially, Asda is very much a team. But there is always room for improvements. The training is great at the beginning of your process ..during your work cycle it needs to improve to a higher standard. Innovation is the key for this company the checkouts are out of date and needs to come up to a better standard such as Lidal, Iceland, Tesco....recongise their best colleagues especially within the local stores ...
Admin (Former Employee) – London, Greater London – 1 March 2018
I enjoyed working in Asda as it was a lively environment. However it was hard waking up at 5 am every morning to make it on time for my shift but it was something i got used to. I worked very closely with the management team and it was good to know how supportive they were when it came to my job. I got the right training which made me proud of the job role i did. the most enjoyable part of my job was working with the other colleagues, it was a fast paced environment where jobs had to get done in a certain time and we all had to work together to get it done.
Customer Assistant (Former Employee) – London – 28 January 2018
The social element was very fun, even though everyone on the team was different ages and from different backgrounds, we all got along and had a laugh. The work was sometimes repetitive and the breaks were quite short ( on a 9 hour shift you'd get a 15 min and a 30 min break) but there was always something to do so the day went by quickly.
efficiently run and a enjoyable workplace environment
Supermarket Assistant (Former Employee) – London – 25 December 2017
A normal day at Asda would consists of replenishing stock through out the shift, whilst dealing with customer queries. meeting standards set by a friendly management team. the most difficult part of the job was running a whole department by myself for over a month. the most enjoyable part of the job was interacting with colleagues and customers.
Warehouse Assistant (Former Employee) – London – 20 November 2017
Amazing people, work is easy and progression is always available for the right people, exceptional training facility for manager and team leaders, would highly rate working here pay is pretty good for retail sector.
Grocery nights assistant (Current Employee) – London – 16 November 2017
With every or most retail work staff are overworked but in Asda, it could be a store specific issue but the expectations carried forward by management is under-taught. Processing delivery is hard without sufficient levels of equipment and team members to carry out a successful processing night.
Stock replenishment / Customer service (Former Employee) – London, Old Kent Road – 13 October 2017
Manageable work load on a daily bases,learned how to challenge with work load and time management in my work place and in my personal life. with the change of newly qualified managers with out experience, colleagues get overworked and disappointed.as the company recruits with a different back ground people you learn new things to each other. The hard time of the job is when seasonal event approaches and the most enjoyable part of the job is, when the workload is completed with the time scale, and when you see a happy face from every one.
Extra paid holiday leave, a time and half payments and extra colleague discount on accoutions.
when the job is finished, you clock out early and get paid your contracted hours.