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What happens during the assesment centre


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You are given problems to solve in a controlled way to see if you can deal with the public in the correct manner

Answered - Customer Administrator (Current Employee) - Leven

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I was observed working alone and as part of a team.

Answered - Customer Service Advisor (Current Employee) - Sidcup, Greater London

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The assesment center meaning the interview process?
If so its really good way to make them learn about you. You introduce yourselves, do a team building activity then if you pass that you go onto a 1 to 1 with the manager. If you pass all that sadly your stuck on a pc for the next 2/3days doing computer modules

Answered - Sales Assistant (Former Employee) - Barnstaple, Devon

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You go and do several tasks. Its fun and enjoyable and you pick up several helpful tips overall and enjoyable day.

Answered - Customer Service Assistant (Former Employee) - Oldham

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There is just basic training and lots of written writing tests.

Answered - Customer Advisor (Former Employee) - Yeading, Greater London

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Lots of questions were asked and different scenarios are worked on.

Answered - Store Administrator (Former Employee) - Sutton, Greater London

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When I started it was just an interview. assessment centre is more hands on.

Answered - Customer Service Advisor (Former Employee) - Colchester

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