Very poor management, no loyalty to their hard working staff no matter how many years you've worked , you have to buy most your own uniform, because they have never got enough budget to get new tops & trousers , hasn't got the right health & safety checks, or uniform for staff when working in the cold room in freezing temperatures.
10 percent discount
Long hours, no time for breaks or you won't get the job done, & lots of unpaid work
Seniors Supervisor (Current Employee) – Hounslow, Greater London – 17 May 2018
I got very good team to work with them . I got good management team . Nearly 10 years with this company and got 10 years customer service experience. Working different shifts full y flexible. Interesting thing very near to my house. My full team is fully training for their roles . Providing them all necessary training to gave good customer service as these they market fully depends on customer service and right value of goods.
Home delivery driver (Former Employee) – Batley england – 17 May 2018
Worked there 5 and a half year's, the days cut from 3 days to 2 because they set on a spare driver, hours cut from 20 odd to 12, that's why I handed my notice in. Totally unfair, lied to by management.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Cowley, Oxfordshire – 14 May 2018
Busy day, often couldn't get a lunch break, I learned a lot about stock management, people management and the day to day running of a business. Management used to brag about being payed double what us supervisors were on and not doing any work. Hardest part of the job was keeping motivated when you are not being paid what you are worth and other paid more than their value. People I worked with.
no rewards, overlooked for progression, likes to pay you nothing for doing everything
Retail Assistant (Former Employee) – Tunstall – 12 May 2018
Working for Iceland Foods was a fun experience for me, as I went into the job straight from school at 16. There are always plenty of hours and some of the people you meet there are friends for life. It gets very busy and you have to learn to work under pressure, deal with awkward customers and provide professional customer service at all times. The training was good, as it prepared me for a typical day at work.
Cashier/Sales Assistant (Current Employee) – Horley – 8 May 2018
All staff are lovely and easy to talk to , stress levels are high at times but your hard work is always appreciated , my job keeps me on my feet there’s never any times where I’m bored or run out of things to do
A easy job to perform but workers are expected to sacrifice 1 - 2 hours extra a night because management are routinely unable to estimate how many people are needed for the work that needs to be done you will be expected to chase up payment for these extra hours as the work hours for that week will already have been allocated, and your extra hours will need to be carried over to the next week, this will not always happen and chasing up can be dishearting.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Banbridge, County Down – 30 April 2018
Opening of closing the store. Safe and cashing up duties. Receiving and processing deliveries. Customer service. I learned about KPIs, stores seasonal change overs. Hardest part of the job was stock take, best part of the job was helping customers and staff.
duties range from till work to stock control to cleaning i have learned about stock rotation how to handle cash and credit card transactions. the staff are friendly and we enjoy nights out together outside of the work environment the hardest part of the job is to fulfil everything in the alloted time the most enjoyable part of the job is meeting the people that walk through the doors. every one different but everyone willing to chat and be friendly
the manger at cannock ieland dos not treat any one with respect talks to you like ur nothink god for bid u take your day off he would cut your hours he calls people stupid he demands respect but is not willing to give it back
Home Delivery Driver (Current Employee) – Preston, Lancashire – 17 April 2018
Promote people beyond their experience. Shifts are split with an enforced unpaid break . Unreasonable delivery routes. Nothing in reserve for accidents or traffic build up. The worst health and safety environment I have ever worked in.
Retail Assistant (Part-Time) (Current Employee) – Poole, Dorset – 17 April 2018
A pleasant company to work for, however individual managers can make for a difficult and frustrating working environment. Work colleagues are always friendly, helpful, supportive and great team players. There are certain 'perks' and good benefits. There are chances to improve but a more structured approach would be beneficial.