- Work/Life Balance
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- Senior Management
I have been working at ASOS full-time (More than a year)
It's a really good place to work
It's a safe place to work but not very much appreciated
Advice to Management
Be more involved with the people
I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at ASOS (London, England) in August 2020.
I had an initial phone call with the T. A. who apologised that the application process was taking longer than usual but that they were very interested in interviewing me. I was patient and chased up 1-2 weeks later. Video interview (panel with T.A. and Head of T.A.) was finally scheduled another week down the line (so a month after applying). It comprised an on the spot scenario, which you have to present back after 30-minutes, and then answer questions surrounding your experience and suitability for the role. At the end of my interview it was revealed I was the first interview they'd conducted and there would be another process but that they were yet to know what that would be. I waited a week after the interview and chased to find out about the next process. I was then told I was unsuccessful, which I was expecting by this point.
You might be wondering about salary for the role. I asked about salary on the call confirming my interview and was told that it would be £40K. This seemed quite low to me (they hadn't asked me my expectations) but I didn't want to miss out on the opportunity to work for ASOS so that was my key driver. I think they rely on the brand doing the selling for them. Who wouldn't want to work for the young and trendy #Ay Sauce company?
The swanky offices in the pictures give a wonderful first impression but the reality of modern working is that staff need support from home. The expectation for the role would be at least 3 days-a-week in the office.
I hope this is helpful if you're considering applying and/or researching the interview process.