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    Hi I recently got a job at ASDA in the Produce section, I’m still trying to learn about the role itself but I’ve incountered a strange wave of problems which include 3 people I would’ve been working with actually leaving the job role which has left me extremely worried about how I’m going to cope without the help. In the chilled section there is literally like 5 people working at once. Produce requires in my opinion atleast 2 or 3 people working together to get the delivery’s out. Can any of you explain to me what’s going on and why people are leaving the role.
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    (Original post by Jamie1999)
    Hi I recently got a job at ASDA in the Produce section, I’m still trying to learn about the role itself but I’ve incountered a strange wave of problems which include 3 people I would’ve been working with actually leaving the job role which has left me extremely worried about how I’m going to cope without the help. In the chilled section there is literally like 5 people working at once. Produce requires in my opinion atleast 2 or 3 people working together to get the delivery’s out. Can any of you explain to me what’s going on and why people are leaving the role.
    bring it up with your boss
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    (Original post by angrypoliceman)
    bring it up with your boss
    I have and it was pointless , they just they you’ll get used to everything even though it’s clearly a 3 person job
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    (Original post by Jamie1999)
    I have and it was pointless , they just they you’ll get used to everything even though it’s clearly a 3 person job
    when things start to **** up they'll realise
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    (Original post by angrypoliceman)
    when things start to **** up they'll realise
    Yeah hopefully I don’t get the blame as I’m on the probation period.
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    because working at supermarket is torture slavery
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    (Original post by study beats)
    because working at supermarket is torture slavery
    Isn’t that every job lol
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    I'd be wary. You need to wonder why so many people have left the job role in such a short period of time. A high turnover of staff usually shows there's a problem with the job itself, how the employers are treated, workload etc.
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    (Original post by Jamie1999)
    Hi I recently got a job at ASDA in the Produce section, I’m still trying to learn about the role itself but I’ve incountered a strange wave of problems which include 3 people I would’ve been working with actually leaving the job role which has left me extremely worried about how I’m going to cope without the help. In the chilled section there is literally like 5 people working at once. Produce requires in my opinion atleast 2 or 3 people working together to get the delivery’s out. Can any of you explain to me Yes, I can. what’s going on and why people are leaving the role. See below
    The job is crap so people don't stay long.
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    Just stick to what you're doing, don't worry about anyone else. Don't bust a gut because they're a bit short. You won't get any thanks for it and could hurt yourself if you're not careful. If they moan you only have to point out that you're on your own - if it isn't quick enough they should be rolling up their sleeves to help you out.
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    (Original post by FXX)
    Just stick to what you're doing, don't worry about anyone else. Don't bust a gut because they're a bit short. You won't get any thanks for it and could hurt yourself if you're not careful. If they moan you only have to point out that you're on your own - if it isn't quick enough they should be rolling up their sleeves to help you out.
    Great advice thank you !
 
 
 
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