A.S. Watson Group Diversity And Inclusion FAQ

Read what A.S. Watson Group employees think about diversity and inclusion at the company, and if their workforce is comprised and supportive of individuals of varying gender, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, religion and other attributes.

A.S. Watson Group has a diversity rating of 3.2.

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Does there seem to be diversity at A.S. Watson Group?

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23 January 2019


Good workforce diversity at work place. I can't believe I am saying anything good about HR but actually local HR team are not bad. They are tightly controlled by HK head office but they are trying their best. Good location in Battersea, right next to the park. HR makes good effort to educate western employees on Chinese culture.


At local senior level company tends to hire on paper credentials but those people turn out pretty average. So you get bunch of fat cats not doing much. Managers hire to increase span of control and not because they actually need a resource. As a result, most of the time I had nothing to do. In the end I got bored of being bored, so I left. Cheapness and low cost culture is all around you: pay below industry standard, no canteen, no place to have lunch, tight desk space, overcrowded office, cheap Christmas parties and list goes on.

Advice to Management

Monitor what senior management does all day. You may be surprised with what you find.

Good workforce diversity at work place.

23 January 2019

Reviewed by: Analyst in London, England, England (Former Employee)

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