ASDA Diversity And Inclusion FAQ

Read what ASDA 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.

ASDA has a diversity rating of 3.7.

All answers shown come directly from ASDA Reviews and are not edited or altered.

Does there seem to be diversity at ASDA?

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12 January 2021

Pros

Good diversity and also good team

Cons

Not good with avaibality as I have college e

Advice to Management

Thanks

Good diversity and also good team

12 January 2021

Reviewed by: Customer Service in Hanley, England (Former Employee)

26 January 2021

Pros

You only work what you get paid for (at least that was the case for me). Fun team culture at times

Cons

A lot of racism despite now being owned by people of Indian descent and despite the diversity. Corrupt organisation. Management can be bullies let alone colleagues. You either fit the culture or you don't. If you don't, be prepared to be massively side lined.

A lot of racism despite now being owned by people of Indian descent and despite the diversity.

26 January 2021

Reviewed by: Administrator in Leeds, England (Former Employee)

29 September 2020

Pros

It is very good company

Cons

There is very few vacation days and a lot of sexual harassment.

There is very few vacation days and a lot of sexual harassment.

29 September 2020

Reviewed by: Marketing Specialist in Houston, TX (Current Employee)

10 June 2019

Pros

Can take on lots of hours, decent pay for young people, not hard to get a job there

Cons

One of my managers was very nasty and bullied me and other staff members, including laughing at and ridiculing me for not being able to open boxes as fast as he could. Very disorganised and hard to find out what you're doing that shift, really bad training that left me having no idea what I was really doing (just left me with another staff member for half an hour to teach me how to use the handsets).

Advice to Management

Train your section managers to be kinder, especially to younger members of staff who may not be as strong or quick as the male managers who hit the gym 7 days a week, have a more organised rota.

Can take on lots of hours, decent pay for young people, not hard to get a job there

10 June 2019

Reviewed by: Customer Assistant in Southampton, England (Former Employee)

27 January 2021

Pros

- Good hourly rate - Flexible hours

Cons

-lack of diversity - Bad management

lack of diversity

27 January 2021

Reviewed by: Sales Associate/Cashier in London, England (Former Employee)

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