ASDA Culture FAQ

Read what ASDA employees think about their company culture and make sure it is the right fit for you.

ASDA has a culture and values rating of 3.2.

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4 English questions out of 4

26 March 2021

What is the company culture like at ASDA?

Pros

Flexible working, good company culture, supportive atmosphere

Cons

Pay is lower than average

Flexible working, good company culture, supportive atmosphere

26 March 2021

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22 November 2021

How was the interview at ASDA?

Pros

Interview process was quick and easy Pay per hour is nice

Cons

My induction was very unorganised, my start date wasn’t discussed until a few days before and was unsure of my hours

Interview process was quick and easy

22 November 2021

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18 June 2020

What is the hiring process like at ASDA?

Pros

Staff were so helpful and the interview process was quick and easy. Working hours were extremely flexible especially for students and pay always goes up in April as the national living wage increases.

Cons

Having to work at least 1 day of the weekend.

Staff were so helpful and the interview process was quick and easy.

18 June 2020

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8 July 2021

How do employees feel about the requirements to work at ASDA?

Pros

Colleagues can be fantastic, discount card and events, always overtime available if you want it

Cons

Pushed harder and harder for no reward, they even removed the bonus drivers got every month for driving well in favor of a lottery system. Section leaders are not fit to lead and management will not act on misconduct from them despite repeated reports and performance reviews, vans not looked after but that's to be expected when you're paid just as much as a checkout colleague despite your job requiring a specific qualification and much higher risks when out on the road

Advice to Management

Stop pushing drivers to give you more while expecting them to be happy to receive less compensation for a higher work load. You're chasing off anyone who had passion and drive for the job and you will be left with nothing but people who couldn't give a toss if they're in the job or not. Hold section leaders accountable for their misconduct and failure to lead.

Section leaders are not fit to lead and management will not act on misconduct from them despite repeated reports and performance reviews, vans not looked after but that's to be expected when you're paid just as much as a checkout colleague despite your job requiring a specific qualification and much higher risks when out on the road

8 July 2021

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