ASDA Compensation FAQ

Read what ASDA employees think about their compensation at the company.

ASDA has a compensation and benefits rating of 3.1. If you want to know how much ASDA employees make, head to their Salaries page to see a list of salaries per occupation, along with bonuses.

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10 English questions out of 10

23 June 2020

What is the salary like at ASDA?

Pros

Great pay, good benefits, great work/life balance

Cons

I wasn't able to transfer to another location

Great pay, good benefits, great work/life balance

23 June 2020

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4 October 2020

Does ASDA offer a weekly bonus?

Pros

- Great hourly pay and bonuses based on how much you work - Flexible hours - Great experience for future jobs - Gateways into further career advances - 10% Discount

Cons

- Management is poorly organised - Not a lot of notice for overtime shifts - Get pressured into doing overtime by colleagues and bosses

Advice to Management

Get your rota sorted please

Great hourly pay and bonuses based on how much you work

4 October 2020

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1 June 2019

Does ASDA offer a monthly bonus?

Pros

there’s a few tolerable people that actually do their job and don’t drag the whole team down, same goes for managers there’s a couple who are actually doing their job.

Cons

-advertised as “full time” then given 9-11hour contracts. -monthly pay -constant gossiping and childish behaviour -bullying by both colleagues and management -rota’d on for shifts you never agreed to as “overtime” which isn’t paid any different. -the hours are spread over 3-4 days and consist of 3 hour shifts which makes finding another job to work around it near impossible as your entire week is booked out with awkwardly timed tiny shifts -payday may aswell not happen with be fact you can work 6/7 days a week and still pick up less than £800 for a month. -expected to stay for 9-11 hour shifts when only rota’d on for 3-4 hours and even if you decline you’re coaxed into it by constant badgering and bullying. -I could go on but I’m already bored, you get the idea though

Advice to Management

new management, staff, contracts and health & safety reviews are needed.

monthly pay

1 June 2019

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26 August 2020

What are other benefits and incentives like at ASDA?

Pros

Good culture, competitive pay, progression and benefits

Cons

Stress, workload, high expectations, poor work life balance

Good culture, competitive pay, progression and benefits

26 August 2020

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6 March 2020

Does ASDA offer a yearly bonus?

Pros

Colleague discount, private pension plan, annual cash bonus, option to buy shares, friendly workers, colleagues & atmosphere, option to progress upto management, plus many other perks

Cons

not a lot to say here as a driver. Having to work at least 1 day of the weekend. The delivery slots could give more time to complete a delivery as the estimated delivery times are sometimes unrealistic to meet.

Advice to Management

More staff on departments where they are needed would be greatly appreciated

Colleague discount, private pension plan, annual cash bonus, option to buy shares, friendly workers, colleagues & atmosphere, option to progress upto management, plus many other perks

6 March 2020

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