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London, England (UK)
501 to 1000 employees
Company - Private
Banks & Credit Unions
$100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Shoppers who come up short in the checkout queue can turn to Sainsbury's Bank. A 50-50 joint venture between UK supermarket operator J Sainsbury and Lloyds Banking Group, Sainsbury's Bank is more than a place to borrow money to buy groceries ... Read more

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Sainsbury's Bank Chief Executive Justin King
Justin King
4 Ratings
  • "Online driver."

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    Former Employee - Online Driver in Merton, South West England, England (UK)
    Former Employee - Online Driver in Merton, South West England, England (UK)
    Neutral Outlook
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    I worked at Sainsbury's Bank full-time (Less than a year)


    The people are great.A few stress heads but that's every where.Same old 'retail banter' and such.Job training is ok,You do this this and this.One of the few jobs on store that have a full time contract which is a shame.Sainsburys is a great company to work for.


    Working outside is horrible, traffic, late online shoppers due to online crash crash, extra drops,finding addresses in the dark because equipment and sat nav is useless.Council estates with no lifts and no help.You are on your own.Don't bother calling anyone they won't help.Hardly saw management.If I'm honest they expect a little much of 1 person.Should be a 2 person job.Also if you finish early you won't get paid for it so have a coffee or sit in the staff room is what a lot of drivers do.Very physical and demanding work.A lot of women with bad backs and such as a result.No toilet (Got to search them out).If I'm honest I would rather be in store.If a driver is late or calls in sick,its not as though just anyone can drive.Recently left due to finding a higher paid job.

    Advice to Management

    Have stand in drivers incase of late or no show drivers.Make it a two person job (it will be safer and job will be done quicker).Management should show up more.Training shouldn't be so quick.Basically - care more.

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Sainsbury's Bank Interviews



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    Travel Money Advisor Interview

    Anonymous Employee in London, England (UK)
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Average Interview


    I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Sainsbury's Bank (London, England (UK)).


    I applied online. The next day I received an email asking me to call HR and arrange for an interview.
    At the interview I was made comfortable. I was asked to do some basic math test and currency exchange test, which I had half an hour for. It is very important not to make any mistakes. After that I was asked many competency questions. Make sure you ask some questions back. It is important to show your intrest in the job and good to mention why you want to work for sainsburys bank. We discussed the hours, rota, uniform size, holidays etc. The overall experience was good. If you well prepared and do research about sainsbury you should be fine.

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Sainsbury's Bank Awards & Accolades

  • Britain's Top 100 Graduate Employers, The Sunday Times (UK), 2012
  • Top 100 Graduate Employers, The Sunday Times (UK), 2009

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