„It's a good company to work for, nice drivers and most managers. I always wanted to drive for living.”
- Kultur & Werte
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Dagenham Spoke 73 Chequers Lane, Wegbeschreibung
Ich arbeite in Vollzeit bei Ocado Group (Weniger als ein Jahr)
Some days you can drive 30 miles and do 24 drops or the other day 160 miles and only 10 drops.
Can go home early if your finish doing your deliveries. OK amount of money. Much much better than job seeker allowance.
Can pick morning or afternoon shifts
But not 100% guaranteed, have to stay in a waiting list.
Automatic sprinter van.
Shift desk helpful.
Customer service line is excellent when you need it.
Can call customer if you are late.
Good GDPR police in place.
Rain isn't a problem if you are well planned
Union is in place if your interested to pay a small membership fee .
Drivers are friendly.
Parking tickets in Central London, hard to find parking spaces and it takes a long time to get used to it.
Bus lane tickets
Some business got loading bay and it's hard to find if you're not doing it for years.
No lift, big delivery in Central London.
Sick pay isn't so good.
Managers are your go to guys.
If you are wrong your defiantly wrong. it's like school days always under monitoring.
Rat an das Management
Central London is a big problem for drivers. Large delivery, hard to find parking and most importantly parking tickets . make a rule of giving an opportunity to pick route.
Friends are friendly, equality is important to people.
Smart drive isn't so smart. I got told of for things that I didn't do.
I runaway from family business.
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Ich habe mich online beworben. Der Vorgang dauerte 5 Wochen. Vorstellungsgespräch absolviert im August 2019 bei Ocado Group (Dagenham, England (Vereinigtes Königreich)).
I applied online on the 20th August - very short form to fill out and literally only took about 2 minutes. I got a call from HR the next morning and the lady asked me a few simple questions and then invited me for an interview on the 31st August.
The interview was very relaxed and informal (this could depend on who interviews you). First I had to do a theory/risk assessment test, which I failed, but my interviewer told me not to worry as it was only an assessment to see your attitude on the roads.
I was only asked where I have previously worked, what I knew about Ocado and what I would do if I split red wine over a customers’ cream carpet, the rest of the interview was basically just him telling me about the job role.
A week later (6th September) I called HR as I hadn’t heard anything from yet and they informed me that I had passed the interview stage, and invited me to a driving assessment on the 13th September.
I have only been driving (a Corsa) for 6 months and have had a license for 11 months now, but can say the driving assessment was really easy. The instructor said it would last 45 mins but mine only lasted 20 mins (I’m guessing because I got a hang of it pretty quickly). I had a 10 minute drive before he started assessing me and then the actual assessment began.
I had to do a parallel park, three point turn and reverse turn around a corner. The rest of it was just driving through a residential area and a dual carriage way but it wasn’t hard at all.
The main difference with driving a van was that there was no rear view mirror and that you have to turn a little wider as it is a bigger vehicle, but other than that, it doesn’t take that long to get used to. Also the vans are automatic, so you don’t have to worry about changing gears and can focus on getting used to driving something bigger.
6 days later I called them again and they informed me that I had passed the assessment and they sent me a DBS form (a Criminal Background check) to fill out. 5 days later, they called me and informed me that they were about to send me my contract to sign and that I was ready to start the following week.
Fragen im Vorstellungsgespräch