Merchandising Administrator (Former Employee) – Camden, Greater London – 16 January 2019
Really great working ethics, everyone is super supportive and wants the best for you and your development in the role. Amazing work relationships within the teams and any excuse to party, definitely a work hard play hard culture!
Picker (Former Employee) – Barnsley, South Yorkshire – 6 January 2019
Worked as a picker, unless you want to run around the warehouse picking like superman for 8 miles a day, I wouldn’t recommend it, agency workers get treated like dirt, they use you for Christmas then get rid of you, nice co workers, team leaders think there gods, being late is more important to Asos than the actual job itself.. Avoid this place do yourself a favour
Asos, is a pure example of what is wrong in the World, today. I have been praying for the Managers, who are completely loss and stupid. The Managers, think their special and act like their pooh don’t stink. Awful company.
Advisor (Former Employee) – Watford, Hertfordshire – 30 December 2018
They treat you like kids, bad management if you know that you will be late even for 2min you have to give a call 30min in advance Being a language advisor is a nightmare, too much stress they want you to be productive with no queries always someone who gonna report even for a stupid thing
I only enjoy the sample sales and people in general are nice
nonepicker (Former Employee) – Grimsthorpe, south yorkshire – 17 December 2018
What else needs to be said, Asos literally have the job centre press gang people onto their enrolment sessions and then they are conscripted to work there wether the job/money/ hours are suitable. They are told you will work there or be sanctioned. The job security is appalling the exploitation of workforce disgusting. How this place hasn't been checked into defies me. Far too over staffed to the point they have no idea what is going on among themselves, totally un sympathetic if your sick at work. The place is a joke.
Exploits people a company so Bad it has to entrap people via the dwp
Picker (Current Employee) – Grimethorpe, South Yorkshire – 28 November 2018
Im currently working at asos but keep having tine off due to having bad knees and the team leaders and managers in there just dont care about anyones health an saftey ive been waiting 3/4 weeks to see the physio it is the worst place ever to work needs shutting down
Warehouse Operative (Former Employee) – Grimethorpe, South Yorkshire – 22 October 2018
What more can I say other than it is ASOS... It's reputation exceeds itself. A very bad place to work, rubbish salary and bonus. No particularly any good benefits... The work environment isn't great as people just aren't happy there...
Customer Service Advisor (Current Employee) – Watford, Hertfordshire – 7 August 2018
Being a current employee at asos i have seen alot. i have seen the wrong people progress and the good people being sacked. At asos if you're liked you will progress whereas if you're not you stay at the bottom. The managers/ team leaders have no clue on how to run a business nor their teams. If you have any issues its very hard for it to be dealt with as being an advisor you're scared of loosing your job - so being quiet n suffering in silence is key in this workplace.
Assistant Merchandiser (Former Employee) – London – 12 June 2018
Great company ethos but very poor work/life balance. Staff often expected to do a great deal of overtime and unrealistic work loads with management in place that are completely opposing the supposed company ethics. Questions the entire company when such awful managers are employed.
Inbound Administrator (Current Employee) – Barnsley, South Yorkshire – 1 May 2018
A good place to work, progression is available if you work hard, good management and staff and a fun and friendly place to work. i have learned valuable skills during my time here and have always had the support from management.