Screwfix Diversity And Inclusion FAQ

Read what Screwfix 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.

Screwfix has a diversity rating of 4.2.

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17 February 2019

Does there seem to be diversity at Screwfix?

Pros

Good people, easy work, mostly fun.

Cons

Management break company rules and possibly the law with some of their actions... discussing private info in open forum is common, when called on it you are ganged up on. Very poor management in place, always frantic and panicked, DO NOT instill confidence. Rotas continually changed with short notice and have often seen people rota'd for 9 consecutive days of work, one I know of was put on for 18 days in a row because the manager booked too many others out for holiday. Hiring practices possibly break the law with young people being discriminated against in favour of applications from older candidates that are considered more reliable. One branch manager would only hire "hot girls with double d's" for the Trade counter as to entice more sales from the trade customers. Another female employee who expressed interest in the Trade side told "sorry, you're not pretty enough." - By the same manager. (who ironically, has 2 daughters!) One member of staff actively trading a sexual rendezvouz for large orders... All turned a blind eye to as long as sales are up! Demoralising culture.

Advice to Management

Keep a closer eye on the immoral and illegal practices taking place in some stores. When issues like these are reported - and they have been - nothing happens and ER just sweep it under the carpet. Genuinely concerned about the practices at this place.

Hiring practices possibly break the law with young people being discriminated against in favour of applications from older candidates that are considered more reliable.

17 February 2019

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