ASDA


 

TRANSFER YOUR MEMBERSHIP TO DIRECT DEBIT TODAY

We encourage all GMB members to transfer their membership to direct debit. This prevents your membership from lapsing should there be any issues with pay.  It also makes it easier for amendments to be made if you change your contracted hours or move workplaces.  You can transfer to direct debit by completing an application form with your direct debit details on and sending it to GMB, Grove Hall, 60 College Grove Road, Wakefield WF1 3RN.  Application forms should be available in your staff room. Or please call 0345 337 7777 and we will be happy to send one out to you.  Alternatively, you can transfer to direct debit by telephone. All you need to do is speak to our Finance Department who can also be contacted on 0345 337 7777.

If you have a Workplace Representative at your store they should be able to assist you with this. Or you can contact Deanne Ferguson on 0345 337 7777 to arrange a store visit where you can complete your direct debit details and transfer your GMB membership.


ASDA TAX UNDERPAYMENT

ASDA Unpaid Tax.pdf
ASDA Cover Letter.pdf
Employer errors in deduction of PAYE tax.pdf

 


GMB NEEDS MORE WORKPLACE REPS

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The GMB is currently looking for new GMB Shop Stewards, Health and Safety Representatives and Union Learner Representatives within ASDA Stores, ASDA Living Stores and ASDA Supermarkets.  GMB Representatives are entitled to paid time off to attend meetings with other ASDA Representatives and training provided by the GMB.

GMB Representatives play an important role in organising the GMB in their workplace, advising and representing members on work related issues and dealing with health and safety matters. If you are interested in putting yourself forward for one of these roles please contact Deanne Ferguson on 0345 337 7777 who will be able to provide you with more information.


BEWARE OF FACEBOOK, TWITTER AND OTHER SOCIAL NETWORKING SITES

GMB have seen an increase in disciplinary and dismissals as a result of social networking internet sites.  Many of our members think that as their facebook and twitter accounts are personal, what they do with them has no affect on their employment. This is incorrect!  GMB advises all of its members not to discuss anything regarding your company, workplace or colleagues on any internet site. If your employer sees you have written anything regarding any of these you may be subject to disciplinary action. If the company believe your words to be of bringing the company into disrepute, your actions can be gross misconduct and lead to your dismissal.

Remember, social networking sites can be accessed by anyone and therefore be aware of what information you disclose.

You can follow the GMB on Twitter - @gmbcampaigns


ASDA TRADING ON BOXING DAY AND NEW YEARS DAY

 


ASDA CHANGES TO YOUR CONTRACT

When the GMB approached ASDA about some colleagues contracts being continually changed they stated it was because of the needs of the business. They also referred to Bateman and Others v. Asda Stores Ltd which went through The Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT) in the UK. This case was upheld and ruled that ASDA could rely on a clause in its staff handbook which reserved the right to amend various contractual terms unilaterally, including those relating to pay.

However, ASDA cannot impose these changes to your contract without your consent as this is considered to be a breach of your contract.

When faced with a situation where agreement cannot be reached your employer may decide to dismiss you and re-engage you on new terms. Before dismissing an employee in this way though ASDA need to check whether there are any extenuating circumstances justifying the employees refusal to accept the changes i.e. Health problems, caring responsibilities, etc.

If you are being forced to make changes to any part of your contract it is important to contact your Union Representative or Branch Secretary for further advice.


ASDA BULLETINS

Flexible Working - March 2017.pdf

Health & Safety - Drivers Brief.pdf

 Health & Safety - Body CCTV.pdf

Health & Safety - Guidance on Car Insurance.pdf

Collective Consultation Update May 2016.pdf

Use of CCTV In ASDA - April 2016.pdf

Collective Consultation Update March 2016.pdf

Collective Consultation Update February 2016.pdf

ASDA Proposals - Collective Consultation Jan 2016.pdf

Sunday Trading.pdf

Holiday Pay Calculations - November 2015.pdf

Use of CCTV Within ASDA Stores.pdf

Young Members Network.pdf
Security Podium Busters.pdf
Holiday Pay Rates.pdf
ASDA Stores Health and Safety No 3 2015 Bulletin.pdf
Bullying,  Aggression and Violence at Work .pdf
City Facilities - Asda Aces.pdf
Home Shopping Pick Rates.pdf
Oversized Too Heavy Badly Stacked Pallets and Cages.doc
ASDA STORES Bulletin 83 Canteen Update.doc
ASDA Newsletter Winter 2012.pdf
Top Stacking Update Winter 2012.pdf
ASDA Newsletter 5 October 2012.pdf
GMB@Work in ASDA - Issue 4.pdf
GMB@Work in ASDA - Issue 3.pdf
ASDA Young People.pdf


Back Issues

October 2011 - Asda Distribution Clerical & Admin Pay2011.pdf
Transport & Warehouse Pay 2011.pdf
ASDA Netto Update Oct 2011.pdf
ASDA Newsletter.pdf
ASDA Distribution - Pay Talks Update May 2011.doc
ASDA Distribution - Pay Talks May 2011.doc
Management Provocation - May 2011.doc
Poster ASDA - Keep Moving.pdf
Asda Distribution - National Pay Ballot Result.pdf
ASDA Newsletter - April 2011.pdf
Bulletin 016 Disability Discrimination - WAR Committees.pdf
Bulletin 017 Agency Workers and Third Party Drivers.pdf
Bulletin 018 - Agency Workers Third Party Drivers.pdf

CVIT Attacks Campaign.pdf

Pensions - Salary Sacrifice.pdf

Accidents at Work.pdf

Christmas Uniforms.pdf

GMB Charter for Asda Stores Workers.pdf

GMB Charter for Asda Stores Workers.pdf

GMB Guide to Knee Protection.pdf

Pensions Saver.pdf

Christmas Uniforms Nov 08.pdf

Meeting With Wakefield Environmental Health.pdf

Cold At Work.pdf

Health & Safety in Stores.pdf

Contractual Rights.pdf

Equal Pay - Equal Value Grievances.pdf

Stewards Meet with Senior Management - March 09.pdf

Tell Andy Leaflet.pdf

GMB’s Free Legal Service.pdf

Long Term Sick - May 2009.pdf

Productivity - May 2009.pdf

War Committees - May 2009.pdf

Occupational Therapists Complaints.pdf

Occupational Therapists Complaints 2.pdf

ASDA Stores - Bulletin 44 - Health & Safety PPE.pdf

ASDA Stores - 2009 Pay Submission.pdf

Split Shifts To Avoid Paying Breaks.pdf

Swine Flu.pdf

Health and Safety in Stores.pdf

Kneeling Mats and Chiller Freezer Gloves.pdf

PPE and Footwear.pdf

ASDA Distribution - ASDA Rolling Back Christmas.pdf

ASDA Stores Pay and Conditions Package inc Boxing Day.pdf

ASDA News Baked Beans.pdf

National Pay Bargaining September 2009.pdf

Zero Hours Contract - October 2009.pdf

Weekend Working - October 2009.pdf

Consultation on Discipline and Grievance Procedures - October 2009.pdf

National Bargaining - October 2009.pdf

Boxing Day 2009.pdf

Colleague Handbook - October 2009.pdf

Tesco & Sainsbury Pay Increase.doc

Heights and Weights.pdf

ASDA Dist - Referendum on National Collective Bargaining.pdf

Sick Leave and Overtime.pdf

Asda National Pay Claim February 2010.pdf

ISOTRAK - February 2010.pdf

Colleague Catering - February 2010.pdf

Moving Off on a Red Light - February 2010.pdf

ASDA Stores - Time to Think About Your 2010 Pay Rise.pdf

ASDA Distribution - National Pay May 2010.pdf


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