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Asda Christmas Jobs for 2016 - Store Colleagues
« on: November 07, 2016, 03:47:12 PM »
  

Asda is one of the biggest supermarket retailer in the UK with over thousand stores. Asda will recruit thousands of Christmas temporary staff in 2016. The positions has already been posted on their job site.

Related: Tesco Christmas Jobs for 2016 - Festive Colleagues

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Working in an Asda store is like being part of one big family. We understand that to help our customers, we need to help each other too. You could be making pizzas, mastering the checkout or filling our shelves with the freshest fruit and crunchiest veg. Or, if you’re looking to take the challenge of the warehouse, you could see yourself driving, lifting and unpacking products to perfection. Wherever you are, you’ll enjoy spending some quality time with our customers, giving them the best shopping experience around. Because we all do. It makes Asda a fun, friendly and exciting place to work. So if you’re the sort of person who just loves helping people save money and live better, then we can’t wait for you to apply.

Click here to visit Asda job site to apply for the latest Xmas jobs.

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