Why Asda?

At Asda, we want to make lives easier. Happier. More fun. It’s why we’re all working hard to become the UK’s most trusted retailer.

Every week, nearly 150,000 of us at Asda touch the lives of over 18 million customers. In fact, as the Covid crisis has brought home to us all, we play a vitally important role in our communities and in society. That’s a great reason to go to work. But it’s how we can make life better for our customers – through better insight, better products and better prices – that makes Asda such a compelling place to develop your career.

In our culture, anything is possible. We’re open to ideas. We’re quick to act if we think we’re onto something good, something big, something better. We mix it up, bringing together people from all parts of the business from all levels of the business.

We create networks. We create forums. And sometimes we just go grab a coffee.

Our stores are places of endless activity, constant change and evolving centres of technological innovation. So too are Asda House, Britannia House and George House, all serving as connection and creative hubs for the many different teams that make up our business. In fact, wherever you are at Asda, there’s always something to get excited about.

    • ''A huge part of the graduate scheme for me has been challenging existing processes and looking at how we can use digital tools to make them more efficient.''

    • ''eCommerce and fashion retail in particular is really fast paced and we’re always looking for new innovations to bring to our customers.''

    • ''It’s really important to embrace change - customers want different things every day so it’s important we stay on top of it and keep up with trends.''

    • ''Moving around the business allows you to meet new people. This means get a different angle on the business as you shape your Asda journey.''

    • ''Asda see you as future leaders, so it’s important to put your hand up with fresh ideas. It’s those ideas that keep the cogs turning and move the business forward.''