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What is the organisational culture at Wilko?

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  • Verh organised

  • Bad management from the top right down to store management. When I first went to work for Wilkinsons I was proud to work for a company that was family run. Not any more certain family members, CEO's, and directors should be ashamed of themselves to allow this once brilliant company to work for to end up being a organisation based on greed and bad management. Putting profits before workers and allowing bad man-management practices to take place at store level is totally unacceptable. Many years back the GMB union would have a strong arm to flex against this company when it tried to bring in its unfair practices. But over the years they have grown weaker and weaker rolling over onto their backs like a submissive lap dog allowing the so called family to destroy workers rights and benefits. I would never recommend wilkos as a place to work for anyone not even my own worst enemy. As far as store managers are concerned, there are many of you that need to wake up and see exactly what you are allowing to happen in your stores through bad managment practices and negative people skills. As with the staff below you your just a employee number to the Wilkinson family and you too are just as expendable as those below you.

  • Family company,they couldn't even spell it.

  • Poorly run stores with bad overpaid managers that like to sit behind a desk whilst the staff run around like something gone mental. Rubbish company. You have been warned!

  • Bad bad management. Seriously, very very sneaky.

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  • Not family friendly at all as for family values well that's a joke

  • Bad. In fact diabolical. Very bad management, staff unhappy as always

  • Very organised

  • A joke they say its a family biisness and every1s family no not at all

  • No values really. They want staff to give 110% passion and commitment with nothing in return. No longer any family values here.

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