There’s no other business quite like Iceland. No frills. No fuss. Lots of fun. Very down to earth. And big on personality and getting things done.
The pace here is lightning quick. We value our colleagues. And together we work hard, challenge the norm and go the extra mile to make our customers happy. That’s what it’s like to work here every day. Iceland isn’t for everyone. It can be challenging and the pressure can be full on. But if you’re friendly, customer focused and always positive, Iceland is for you!
With over 1000 stores throughout the UK, a further 40 owned or franchised stores across Europe, and a global export business, we’re a unique business.
We’re different. We care. We’re not a dull, stuffy corporate. We’re Iceland. We’re one big team. A diverse group of people who get stuck in and work together. Whatever our job, we do it our way. So, be part of it, roll your sleeves up and make a difference. Be proud. Be brave. Be everything that makes us different. Be Iceland
Overworked. Days include working stock or delivery working bread and facing the store up staff friendly but not sure if id recomend workint there
Very friendly and easy to work for. Worked with great staff and was a great working experience for any young people wanting some extra part time income.
Amazing colleagues.good mental health team
Can be quite busy
Productive + An Excellent Job,as a Cleaning Operative.
The newer things that i have + still am learning everyday,I get job satisfaction every working day.The staff are very hard workers,plus we make a very good team together.The hardest part of my job would be heavy lifting.+ the best part of my job is that i notice the improvement,thus good results every time,i put everything into my work.
easy job big turn off is split days off managers are mostly all sound equipment needs replaced badly though as some trucks are just straight up broke or barely working
Fast paced, high stress environment
When I first joined the company, it was a fun place in which to work, though there was a lot of graft involved.
Post pandemic, the company seems to care more about profits than staff, introducing same day online sales and Uber Eats whilst simultaneously slashing the schedulung budget so there are more tasks to do, but with less staff.
15% staff discount, company Facebook page where you can win Love 2 Shop vouchers for
writing product reviews
Expected to do the work of several people but only get paid for doing the job of one, aforementioned prize giveaways seems to be rigged.