Dixons Carphone Employee Reviews for Warehouse Worker
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Job is clear and Simple to do, if u are a hard worker u will be noticed by your manager and rewarded for it, lots of opportunities for progress and more money
Management support when u on contract
Long hours, short brakes
It's a nice company to work for it's quite mixed with the pace sometimes busy sometimes slow paced decent management and decent pay sometimes work will challenge you sometimes it'll be slow overall it's a decent place to work
Good experience fun challanging
Short breaks sometimes bad management
Working for them at Dixon Carphone Newark was the worst experience of my employment life. Originally I went to work for them and was given training which yes was very good, then you are told you can pick which bit you want to work in, this isn't true, you get stuck where they tell you. They promise lollop training but it never comes to light. My friend and I who are both English were constantly sworn at by A shift managers and treated poorly, whilst Polish workers got to stand around not observing social distancing and having sword fights with wrap tubes. There is a toxic work environment where the Polish don't like the Romanian workers and neither like the English, to the point it verges on racism. I went for a customer service job through HALO, I was told it would be customer service calling customers who had had delivery and check everything was okay, it then turned out it was more logisitcs helping drivers out, arriving for the training, it was a day learning how to be a drivers mate. I left the company and decided to return when I was ask to do so, I was told I didn't need to be in as I had already done the training, to come back the following week for lollop training, which seemed a progress in the right direction. I arrived and was told that I wasn't having the training, so they had nothing to do for me until they eventually stuck me on packing, I was told I would start it at 7pm, then 8pm, then at 9pm I was told its when the guy finishes the other training. I had ten phone calls that week from the office offering me work, despite the fact that I had arragned to start - more...
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Vile discriminative staff, unstable, lack of progression, poorly organised.
Enjoy my work and the work I do varied and right amount of challenge. Good people and atmosphere. Good and understanding management. Excellent work and life balance.
Great place to work, lots of agency workers so always new faces but if you work as a team the work is great. The shifts are rotating however I had to leave and I am not entirely sure if they are still taking on new workers
Constant pressure to perform faster and stay within safe working practices. It all boils down to whether they want perfomance or accidents. Management are a joke
Official response from Dixons Carphone5 March 2020
Sorry to hear you feel this way. We take the health and safety of our colleagues very seriously. We'd always recommend colleagues speak to their line managers about any issues or concerns.Many thanksDixons Carphone Careers Team
You have many trainings and cross training at the campus. The ones are ussefull in you’re carret and rise in the company. Frendly collegues and Managers
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it was amazing both experiences day and night, just had a great laugh everywhere you were people was amazing and to find out theres people working there from all over the uk is amazing had about 6-7 scottish people there felt like i was back home at times just amazing 10/10.
Dixons don't care about you at all Currys management know nothing about the phone side and you walk the floor like going door to door harassing people
Maintain stock and customer orders making sure warehouse is clean and a safe environment for work. Take in deliveries and keeping shop floor standards to expectations.
The warehouse was hard work but with it being mostly in the back of the store, it generally wasn't customer facing which was nice. There were certain aspects that were customer facing but they usually weren't dealing with unhappy customers so they still aren't bad.
At the beginning of the job, I was put into a team who was loading what was classed as lightweight objects which helped as you would need a day or two to adjust to the pace. If you improve, you would then to work with the better-fitted teams who load into the vans heavier objects.
The job is good, you get some freedom as well, easy to learn jobs but no chance to progress unless you do anything for your managers or you are a good looking girl, a relative of someone or have incredible studies or not being a foreigner. If you are not brittish you will never progress, brittish people in my deppartment all work at the desks, all the foreigners do the lowest job possible, in the next deppartment as well in my old deppartment as well, so yeah being brittish has it's advantages in Knowhow