Working at Woolworths in Australia

3.5
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  • Appreciation
    3.2
  • Company Outlook
    3.7
  • Fair Pay
    2.7
  • Learning and Development
    3.1
  • Manager Communication
    3.4
  • Manager Relationship
    3.7
  • Pay Policy
    2.4
  • Pay Transparency
    3.0
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Woolworths Reviews

What is it like working at Woolworths?

March 2019
"Fulfilling."
Senior Business Analyst in Sydney:
Pros: Working on different types and nature of projects
Cons: Politics
December 2019
"A place full of opportunities."
User Interface Designer in Sydney:
Pros: Woolies X is an amazing place to work. It's a relaxed and startup atmosphere but still being part of the biggest company in Australia. There is room for innovation and new ideas and everyone encourage that. Also is very dynamic.
Cons: Lot of employees are contractors and there is no structure in career progression or development
January 2016
"Busy."
Bakery Manager:
Pros: Always busy and always changing.
Cons: Unpaid overtime and appreciation.
April 2016
"It has it's days..."
Liquor Store Manager:
Pros: I love my team and I love my customer's. I like the days where a customer will walk in completely frazzled, not knowing what they want or where to look for until you help them and the leave with a smile on their face and alot lessed stressed. I like the fact that we have alot of freedom to do what we like in our stores and that we are encouraged to feel like "ceo"s of our stores.
Cons: The thing that I would have to say I like the least about working for woolworths is the fact that under neath the "Woolworths" umbrella there are actually a few multiple companys who run almost independent of each othet. Some of these companys at times struggle to meet their own budgets and targets and goals while other do exceddingly well meeting all theirs. So in order to even things iut and not post a company who made a loss woolworths instead pull from the "sister" company's to prop them up while they fail. The "sister" companys then dont show the correct results in turn hurting them as well......
May 2016
"Hardwork."
Retail Sales Assistant:
Pros: Good work with good people.
Cons: No extra pay for managing produce.
August 2016
Department Manager, Retail Store:
Pros: Weekends off. Buying expired merchandise.
Cons: Moving from store to store. Travel policy.
December 2018
"Easy money but work unusual hours (Night Shifts)"
Night Stocker in Adelaide:
Pros: The people I work with
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