So, why Asda? We may well be best known for our stores or for our products but it takes teams from all walks of life to work together so that we can deliver the results for customers. Being Asda means we think of new ways of doing the right thing for our customers and our colleagues so that we can become the most trusted retailer to households across the country.
Depends if you are friends with management or not
This company isn’t very bad if you’re friends with managers. But your life will turn miserable if they dont like you. I felt like a machine working there just an extra number. You leave the company they replace you with 10 others. Simple as..
Night shift at a bigger store.
Management were quite relaxed and let you get on with it.
Pay was decent and if you worked hard you were rewarded with promotions accordingly.
Poorly managed very disorganised
Gravesend asda is a horrible work place
Under staffed over worked underpaid
Management have taken on the role of a God-power mad. Absolute no respect or care for the staff. If you have mental health issues I do not recommend working here, and if you don’t have mental health issues, then definitely do not work here- won’t be long before you do start to suffer mentally!
Very good pay especially when you do overtime or work on bank holidays. The job is a bit physical but not too bad. Some of the staff could be a bit rude especially when you are new.
Fun place to work (but bad management)
I worked at Asda for years through high school and university, and I really loved the job. The people in my department were great and I made some really good friends, and the work really wasn’t too difficult. I don’t think I was ever asked to do too much, I was trained on several department across the store, and there was lots of overtime available. The hours were also changed around to fit into my schedule.
I will say that lots of the managers were absolutely incompetent and didn’t know what was going on on the shop floor, but we basically just got on with the job ourselves.