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I worked at Wm Morrison Supermarkets (More than a year)
Some customers were friendly and made your day better. Good break times. A few staff competitions to get involved in every once in a while as well as charity events to get involved in.
Not great work to life balance. I had a few bumps in the road when asking for time off due to studies/family illness or attempting to get shift swaps. Supervisors never cared much for their dept staff therefore them leading us to do the crappy jobs if they were too lazy to do it themselves. One of the managers was not a great leader in the ways of his leadership approach - some staff like to be left to do their job without a manager interfering every 10 minutes which annoyed some staff which made us feel like he/she was undermining our abilities. Customers are obviously going to be a con and pro, however my particular store never took action when a customer treated an employee disrespectfully. In general, overall dull, negative environment working with morrisons - at least my store, which in the end it was one of the reasons it lead me to leave the company.
Advice to Management
Trust staff, and let them get on with their jobs without nagging them.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Wm Morrison Supermarkets (London, England (UK)) in August 2015.
online quiz based on in store situations, followed by a 5 minute telephone interview then store interview with the manager. all in all a very easy process, didnt feel overly formal at any point
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Wm Morrison Supermarkets moved up the UK food chain with the acquisition of its larger rival Safeway plc. The UK's fourth-largest grocery chain, Morrison runs more than 440 stores throughout England and Scotland, up from just 125 when it beat out UK supermarket giants Tesco (the UK's #1 food retailer) and Wal-Mart-owned ASDA in a highly-contested takeover battle. Morrison's supermarkets offer a variety of food and nonfood items, most notably through its Market Street specialty departments. About 295 of the locations sell gas. The Safeway purchase transformed ...