Questions and Answers about Wm Morrisons Supermarkets

Here's what people have said about working and interviewing at Wm Morrisons Supermarkets.

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What would you suggest Wm Morrisons Supermarkets management do to prevent others from leaving?

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To much bullying by managers, especially night shift managers. Staff are made to feel inadequate and are expected to do their job without adequate training and support.

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Get rid of the ridiculous flexi contracts and give staff proper set shift patterns, hire more staff I can't stress this enough with morrisons there is a massive shortage of staff on every department

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Praise your staff, thank you goes along way. Dont exploit staff that work hard by increasing their work load to cover for the lay abouts that do nothing and get away with it.

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Staff given full time hours

Answered - Sales Assistant (Current Employee) - Leyland, Lancashire

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Work on Adm/SGM management style.
Stop 'expecting' dept managers to work 50/55 hour weeks with 15 mins of breaks all day or pay for the overtime.
As a manager there is no way to earn extra on top of your pay packet despite working the hours.

Answered - Floor Manager (Current Employee) - Nottinghamshire

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There constantly losing good managers as there not treated respectably and not listening to staffs concerns

Answered - Team manager (Current Employee) - Sittingbourne

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Balance the hours invested in store to a consistent level to maintain a level of efficiency and moral to best serve the customer.

Answered - Systems and Compliance Duty Manager (Current Employee) - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire

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Treat all staff equally and with respect. This will make staff want to do a good job, knowing that they are being praised.

Answered - Sales Assistant (Former Employee) - West Kirby, Merseyside

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I feel that if i was offered a permanent job with the company at the time i would like that.

Answered - Till Operator (Former Employee) - Ellesmere Port, Cheshire

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They really need to invest in staffing. Absolutely ridiculous to expect colleagues to be Jack of all trades and master of none

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