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They will try to meet flexible work requests, but don't guarantee them.
Working in Asda House is very flexible. You can work from home or start/leave earlier/later.
they only have over time during period. sometime staff will be told to go home when not busy and that will waste on travling and etc
This is dependent on your manager
They try to work with you, as much as they can. Better than most other company I have entcountered.
Policy is clear and accessible
Could do more hours every week if you wanted, never had an issue swapping shifts. Always worked around my studies and moved shifts to weekends if needed.
They say they offer it, but is often very difficult to put into practice.
Can swap shift ms with other colleagues or change hours, however needs to be done at least a week in advance and can only be done by speaking to line manager directly, whom in my case was rarely in at the same time as me.
Additional £1 to work flexi-contracts. This contract type has just come into effect. Random days/hours depending on department or cover. Fixed term contract -Most colleagues are part time anyway apart from the basic minimum 'core' who are full time. They rely on this by then offering overtime to staff who obviously need the extra money. I guess that can be called flexible. However if you work hard and get on with managers you can have a very 'flexible contract'