During my time working at ASDA Living, all members of staff were supportive and considerate and always will to help if anyone was having problems. my day working was mostly helping customers with questions and organizing the stock.
Temporary position to help prepare the new Birkenhead store for opening. As a colleague on the Home & Leisure department, I was responsible for assisting customers with their purchases and managing stock control. During my time at ASDA I received full training in customer service, stock control and health and safety at work. This was a temporary position in the lead up to and during the Christmas period. I was congratulated for my hard work and excellent punctuality and attendance.
Assisted customers in person; - Put customers first, giving it my all and keeping a friendly face while being rushed off my feet; - Worked closely together as one big team; - Offered advice to customers, cash handling, stock taking and merchandising goods on the shop floor; and - Covered for staff in other departments in order to ensure that the business ran smoothly.
Obtaining a phone number from home delivery, a staff member took it on herself to give silent withheld number phone calls, because she hated the person.... can’t work with that sort of idiot, also she bullied loads of staff
Sales Assistant (Current Employee) – South West – 30 January 2018
The job is well paid for what Asda requires of you, however it is the same repetitive jobs and it becomes boring and doesn't ask much of your brain to function the responsibilities they want you to take on. But the workforce of Asda gets you through the shifts and the majority of the managers are laid back providing you're always working and not stopping to chat to other colleagues.
Sales Assistant (Former Employee) – Thurmaston – 24 January 2018
I had worked for a short period of time as this was only casual work. However whilst I was there I learnt how to merchandise, work on the tills and stock take. the hardest part of the job was being on your feet all the time
Sales assistant (Former Employee) – Wembley Park – 13 January 2018
I worked as a shelf stacker, checkout operator and also did some work in the warehouse. Very low pay, but the management were very helpful, polite and defeated a good atmosphere, but there wasn't many opportunities for progress
Sales Assistant (Current Employee) – Leeds, West Yorkshire – 10 January 2018
I loved working for asda but the past few years i believe it's not the same place it was to work for. They don't seen bothered about there staff and family life anymore and are cutting back on alot of hours. They still expect the same amount of work from alot less staff
Sales Assistant (Current Employee) – Altrincham, Greater Manchester – 8 January 2018
the staff are friendly i work nights so a close group of people my job replenishing shelves and keeping aisles clean and tidy good support from night management hard work is what is required it is a hard business seeing how many staff are in per shift the most enjoyable part is working with a great team on nights
Sales Assistant (Current Employee) – Aberdare – 6 January 2018
i have worked in asda for nearly 10 years and have seen a lot of changes in that time. over all it has been a fun time and i have made a lot of friends , the job its self has got harder with each year but i shall still be sorry to leave.
Sales Assistant (Current Employee) – Chadderton – 3 January 2018
easy job that comes with minimum wage. meet nice people colleagues or customers, there are opportunities to move up but alot harder these days unless you are a graduate. you always have this sense that you are just a number are easily replaceable.
By far the worst work placement I've ever had. The staff were rude, the management were unfriendly and unsupportive, I got disiplined for being signed off with clinical depression which was an ongoing issue. I was slowly made to feel worse until I left for my own sanity