A workplace keen on developing partners.
Supermarket Assistant on Service Counters (Former Employee) – Wimbledon, Greater London – 10 April 2017
A typical day at work would include attending management morning meetings to discuss the statistics of the branch, supervising the section to arrange partners jobs for the day and organising lunches and break throughout the day whilst ensuring that there was enough cover to allow the section to run appropriately.
I was able to learn and build upon my organisation skills whilst continuing to be a hardworking, determined and keen team worker.
I was always well supported my management at my workplace and was always encouraged to be the best that I could be. I had several opportunities to develop and was well regarded.
The workplace culture was widespread.
The hardest part of my time at Waitrose would have been that we rarely had appraisal meetings and rarely has the time to discuss what our aims where and whether our pay was fair. However I also have to mention that the best part of my time at Waitrose was the ability to undertake many different roles.
Sociable hours, great benefits, close to my home, plenty of opportunities to develop, well supported, variety of colleagues.