“Below average, good to get online experience, but not focussed on people and not great for career opportunities ”
Doesn't RecommendPositive OutlookDisapproves of CEO
- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
On-line experience, leading edge technology for the distribution centre, lots of operational responsibility for high performers
Hit glass ceiling very quickly, lack of shared information about the direction of the company, lack of positive, collaborative, culture
Advice to Management
Improve culture and focus on developing people
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- No OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at Ocado (Dagenham, England (UK)) in August 2015.
Applied online and within 5 days I was contacted. Had a short phone interview then I was invited to a face to face interview. Went to the interview where I was invited to a driving assessment. Had the driving assessment today and to be honest as easy as it is to drive, like all things you haven't driven before it takes time to adjust yourself to driving a auto van. Still thinking I was in a manual I put my foot on the break to change gear in the first few minutes of my drive. Didn't cause no damage or danger to anyone, I tried to redeem myself and carry on with no nerves but just being apologetic to the assessor for jolting her forward. She was forgiving in the fact I am used to a manual. Didn't do that again lol. The rest of the drive was okay, fairly smooth, just my planning was pretty nervy. I think I may have failed, but I don't know if the ADI will take into consideration it was my first time in the van. Hope so, because with extra training my driving and planning will be much better. I completed a 20 question theory and feel fairly confident I got at least 70% right. So it's now a waiting game to see if I am successful.
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Upscale Internet grocer Ocado serves more than 262,000 time-pressed active customers in Greater London, Hertfordshire, Kent, the Midlands, Surrey, North West, and now the South Coast. Launched by three former Goldman Sachs bankers a decade ago, Ocado delivers groceries in Mercedes vans from its supermarket partner John Lewis Partnership-owned Waitrose Limited to the customer's doorstep. The online grocer fills an average of nearly 93,000 order per week, and boasts a service area covering more than 70% of British households. The average Ocado order tops £110, a rich ...