Warehouse Operative (Current Employee) – Bradford, West Yorkshire – 4 January 2019
Being a student alongside working Part time at Asda, it is a great place to work, very friendly and diverse members of the team. I know exactly what I’m doing from start to finish and never left twiddling my thumbs.
Discounts, Multiple breaks as long as work is done
Counter Assistant (Current Employee) – Halesowen – 3 January 2019
since the beginning the management was extremely unhelpful and unbothered all they wanted to get the work done thats it. they use cheap tactics and blackmail u to give u extra shifts and always cry about the expenses. They kept on threatening me to sack me when i was on a sick leave for my operation. Finally i got so depressed that i left the job and now they are sending me letters to recover the holiday money they paid. THE HOLIDAY WHICH I NEVER TOOK CAUSE I WAS IN THE HOSPITAL!!!
Store Assistant (Current Employee) – Shirley – 2 January 2019
Whilst working at ASDA I have gained a lot of new friends and experiences. When I joined nearly two years ago I was not expecting to get along with the majority of the staff there because of the age gaps. But everybody welcomed me with open arms, and not just on my department of the store but everywhere else. One of the main benefits of working there was that I received a 10% discount card which I could use on anything in the store, ranging from the cafe to household items. The management are always quite stern but it is understandable because it was their job to make sure the store was running to the best of its ability. The hardest part about the job is probably getting up in the morning to start my shift! I work for 8 hours and begin my shift at 6:00am and during this shift I am in charge of putting out the newspapers of a morning and replenishment of stock on the Home and Leisure department.
Checkout Operator (Former Employee) – Lancing – 2 January 2019
I enjoyed my time working at Asda I made some lovely friends and loved working in a customer based environment! It had its challenges but then what job doesn’t and if I am honest I do like a challenge!
Section Leader (Former Employee) – Scotland – 30 December 2018
this is the ideal company to work for if you like your targets to be laid out for you, and a friendly atmosphere to work in. however, be warned, due to the sheer volume of custom this company receives daily be prepared to work until exhaustion. this is a VERY demanding company to work for physically
Night shift Customer Service/Stock Assistant (Former Employee) – Durham, Durham – 30 December 2018
I loved working here most of the time but didn't like the management and favouritism. Most colleagues were nice to work with however there is "groups" Starting there it was very tiring but after a few weeks it becomes second nature. Very busy all the time, management always want more and more out of staff.
Home Shopping Picker (Current Employee) – Gloucester – 29 December 2018
The hardest part of the job is waking up at 4 in the morning to start work. Friendly environment and you feel part of a team, would reccomend Asda to the younger generation who are looking for their first job.
Customer Service Employee (Former Employee) – London, Greater London – 20 December 2018
Great job for people who like diversity in their jobs, meeting new people and growing into the reality of day to day work in this modern world. Great for youngsters, or people entering their first job, really breaks you into working with the public with great staff and management for support.