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.

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Does there seem to be diversity at Screwfix?

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16 July 2021

Pros

Well organised for retail and enough work to keep you busy Good pay for young people looking for part time work and discount to B&Q

Cons

Sometimes requires manual handling of heavy items

Good pay for young people looking for part time work and discount to B&Q

16 July 2021

Reviewed by: Sales Assistant in Milton Keynes, England, England (Former Employee)

5 December 2020

Pros

Good Pay for young people Friendly staff

Cons

Short breaks Rude customers No extra activities for staff

Advice to Management

Better engagement between all employees.

Good Pay for young people

5 December 2020

Reviewed by: Customer Service Assistant in Luton, East of England, England, England (Former Employee)

10 November 2020

Pros

Staff, the workers in store are great, terrible and uncoordinated management team.

Cons

Monotonous, same task everyday with little variety. Staff treated poorly, breaches in health and safety constantly, in store bullying brushed under the rug. One rule for some and not for others. Warehouse job disguised as retail so the salary can be lowered.

Advice to Management

If someone raises a formal grievance, don’t just ignore it and hope it goes away.

Staff treated poorly, breaches in health and safety constantly, in store bullying brushed under the rug.

10 November 2020

Reviewed by: Supervisor in Manchester, England, England (Current Employee)

25 October 2019

Pros

Decent customer base, you can have a lot of friendly banter with your regular customers. Pay is decent, and the discounts at Screwfix and B&Q are nice. There's also some decent incentives to help push sales in the stores. Can work with some great people from all walks of life.

Cons

Depending on the type of manager you get, you can be for a good time at work, or a horrible time. You can be in for harassment and unwelcome comments about your appearance and weight. We're constantly told by the manager that they would like to replace us all with old, semi-retired people so they can give out 4 hour shifts so they don't have to give people breaks. Management spend most the day on their personal phones taking personal phone calls. Some area managers are useless, so there will be no point going to them to raise a complaint about horrible managers. Getting recorded conversations for the most pettiest things ever. Being expected to do three things at once, we can't do it! SOTY is the biggest waste of time ever. As long as the stock is in the right location and the stock count is right, that's all that should matter. Terrible IT equipment. Have to wait ages to get anything repaired or replaced is a real inconvenience. Rotas get changed quite frequently, meaning people are unable to plan their lives, i.e. making appointments, and actually having a life.

Advice to Management

Treat us like human beings.

You can be in for harassment and unwelcome comments about your appearance and weight.

25 October 2019

Reviewed by: Anonymous (Current Employee)

4 September 2021

Pros

Great place to work for young people - pay is equal no matter what age

Cons

There was limited progression routes

Advice to Management

Stop focussing solely on numbers/statistics

pay is equal no matter what age

4 September 2021

Reviewed by: Anonymous (Anonymous Employee)

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