Sainsbury’s Employee Reviews about "team leaders"

Updated Oct 25, 2021

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  • "Good pay for the job which needed few qualifications requirements(in 801 reviews)

  • "Flexible hours for full time students(in 248 reviews)

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  • "Long hours on weekends on ur feet(in 247 reviews)

  • "A lot expected now the team leaders have gone(in 146 reviews)

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    Hi all, Got a bit of an odd request. I'm a Project Manager at Sainsbury's based in Holborn and was wondering if anyone would be able to give me a tour of their London Big4 office?? I've never been in their office and I would like to visualise what I'm striving for. Willing to meet up for a coffee before hand or have an initial call. Coffee's on me! TIA

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    1. 5.0
      Former Employee, more than 5 years

      improve

      Mar 25, 2019 - CSA in London, England
      Recommend
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      Pros

      always enjoyable place for me .love to work in there.manager and area manager are always good.

      Cons

      team leader are horrible. always bad behaviour. seem very power full more then manager lol

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    2. 1.0
      Current Employee

      Expected to be a Robot

      Oct 25, 2021 - Customer and Trading Manager 
      Recommend
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      Pros

      Absolutely nothing, gone downhill in the past couple of years...

      Cons

      Long hours, expected to stay an extra 1-2 hours everyday and not get paid, no support, sometimes working 14 days straight, hard to take full break entitlement, physical abuse from people stealing and they don't care, poor communication between management team, no work/life balance, expected to work on holiday, penalised for taking sick days, convenience managers expected to do everything, upper management are almost all white men, no mental wellbeing support, made all team leaders redundant, stopped Sunday time-and-a-half pay, no longer provide hot food in canteens, have to work on x-mas and bank holidays.

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    3. 3.0
      Former Employee, more than 3 years

      Long Hours

      Jun 9, 2021 - Customer Service Assistant in Crayford, England
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      Pros

      Annual Leave entitlement is good

      Cons

      Team Leaders work many extra hours unpaid

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    4. 3.0
      Former Employee, more than 5 years

      There are much worse jobs

      Apr 20, 2021 - Store Assistant in Glasgow, Scotland
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      Pros

      Decent hourly rate relative to other supermarkets

      Cons

      Can end up working late hours. Managers and team leaders can be okay, others can be a nightmare.

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    5. 2.0
      Former Employee, more than 5 years

      Just don't

      Mar 22, 2021 - Manager in Wolverhampton, England
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      Pros

      They MIGHT pay you a bonus. Their system is so disorganised & a mess you will likely find you can get away with anything. It actually is a sociable friendly environment to work. You do get a good friendship group & it is flexible with a work-life balance. It treats everyone equally bad - so it is fair in that respect.

      Cons

      Management - Their ambitious, lazy & honestly utterly cruel at times, trust me I was one. It's an unhealthy environment. They do NOT give a damn about you. From regional managers to your department manager - they really do not care. You won't get your bonus - It's reliant on a mystery customer, who feedbacks whether or not product was available or if there were queues - but since sainsburys refuses to replace lost staff that is always the case As aforementioned, expect to be multi-skill trained (THIS IS NOT A BAD THING) right up until you find you have 8 rollers left to work, you've been called to tills or somewhere else & it's apparently your fault you didn't do the impossible. NO accountability for management errors or recognition when you did good. Literally no advancement opportunities since team leaders don't exist, the company typically externally hires unless you're a brown-noser.

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