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Hi, I have a remote case study round at Ocado Logistics on Friday for the post of Analyst - Analytics and Optimisation. I will be given 40 minutes to complete the same. I would greatly appreciate it if someone could suggest ways to prepare for this round.
Hi People, I have received a Senior Frontend Engineer offer from Ocado at Hatfield, UK location. I am very confused on what should I expect in terms of base pay + stocks + bonus. My current situation: Living in Berlin with my wife. Earning 76K euro with no stocks and no bonus. Experience - 6 Years It would be really helpful if someone can share : What would be the Equivalent salary? What should I expect based on my current pay and experience?
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- "Long hours and cold but it depends what department your working in" (in 63 reviews)
- "Poor management, the warehouse is very old and most of the gear is obsolete." (in 53 reviews)
- "You are just a number in their eyes, managers don't really care about your well" (in 49 reviews)
- "Salary at mid tier positions is really low side in comparison with other companies and progression can be difficult within departments." (in 36 reviews)
- "Very physical Long hours Apart from that can't really think of anything" (in 20 reviews)
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- 3.0Feb 18, 2020Customer Service Team MemberCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearWeybridge, England
You get to drive around all alone without a manager breathing down your neck all day. The pay is better than if you were delivering for Sainsbury's or Tesco's. Sunday and overtime pay increases. Paid leave for all on Xmas day, boxing day and new year's day. Colleagues are generally friendly. Customers are generally friendly.
The vans don't have parking sensors or a rear camera, causing unnecessary additional stress when parking or reversing. You can opt to work 10 hours x 4 days/week instead of 37.5 hours x 5 days/week, but you'll be doing literally twice the number of deliveries and twice the amount of crate weight than the 8 hour drivers for the same hourly rate. The company doesn't seem to really listen to employee feedback and suggestions. If an unreasonable customer makes a complaint about a driver, it automatically gets put on the driver's record, reported to your manager, within the power of your manager to take it further or not, and the customer will just be rewarded a £10 voucher anyway for making an unreasonable complaint.1
- 1.0Feb 1, 2022CSTM Delivery DriverFormer Employee, more than 1 yearLondon, England
Overtime pay is nice Can take many holidays through out the year (only 28 days paid though). Sick pay
At times 28 heavy drops with stairs in a 7.5hr shift. No care for your personal health. Team managers are useless, only 1 or 2 know their job description. The rest just gossip and act like children. Favouritism