Good it was one to one but not many questions asked about myself but a good interviews
I had a group interview and was so unprofessional, got asked one question and that was what character best describes yourself?
The interview itself was fine but afterwards was what was so unprofessional. The manager of the store never contacted me to say if I had the job or not (which clearly I never did) then decided to tell other colleagues in the store about how bad my performance was, very unprofessional.
You have to polish a pair of leather shoes
It's held in the local pub with lots of best bitter drank.
Good it was a one to one but not many questions asked about myself but a good interview
Answered - Payroll Assistant (Former Employee) - Somerset
I had a group interview which wasn't as awkward as I thought it might be because it wasn't too formal, more of a discussion with games. There was 7 or 8 people in the interview & two managers.
Answered - Sales Assistant (Part-time) (Former Employee) - Maidstone, Kent
Was a drilling experience. Pressurised and competitiveness.
Answered - Sales Assistant (Current Employee) - Croydon, Greater London
The interview process is incredible. The manager was very polite when I met them and they stayed this way throughout the whole interview and the whole time I have worked there.
The questions they asked in the interview were ranged very well, some were work related and some were lifestyle related so they had a mixture of questions which was perfect for them to get to know me.
Answered - Sales Assistant (Part-time) (Former Employee) - Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire
The interview process normally consists of a range of questions. It tends to be rather laid back.
Answered - Team Member - Part Time (Former Employee) - Dunfermline, Fife