J'ai travaillé chez ASDA à temps partiel (Moins d'un an)
Very accommodating: I had a part time (16h/week) contract, but was offered shift cover to make up more hours. I also worked with a woman who could only do part time and she was not pressured to do more.
Keeps you busy running around, and free coffee/tea even food sometimes in the break room.
Other colleagues made sure you got our breaks.
Were accommodating with holidays.
A bit hectic - sometimes got called to cover shifts with a few hour's notice (though I was welcome to refuse).
The work schedule changed each week and wasn't always up to date so I didn't know when I was working unless I found a supervisor to ask.
Understaffing was an issue when a trainee manager came in. Left us understaffed at the end of the day or with trainee staff doing supervisor roles.
Conseils à la direction
Ensure there is enough staffing and make sure shift timetables are put out at least 2 weeks in advance.
J'ai postulé en ligne. Le processus a pris 1 jour. J'ai passé une entrevue à ASDA (Londres, Angleterre (Royaume-Uni)).
The interview was degrading, it was a group interview but nobody asked us about our ability to do the job, we literally just had to act out a silly "bad customer service scenario" just so they could tell us "this isn't how we do things at asda"
Nobody questioned us on experience or anything relevant, i was offered a job at the end which i accepted but when i got to work it wasn't the job I'd applied for, i lasted less than a week before i couldn't mentally or physically handle it. Great if you need money quickly and aren't having luck with other jobs, but so much if you can afford to be picky.
I turned down 2 other job offers for this one, what a mistake that was!
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