Hard work determation and experience
My interview was good as back in the day things were done properly. However nowadays due to no full time contracts being offered, the basic criteria to get a job is 1- can you speak a bit of English, 2- do your arms and legs work (not always is the answer yes needed for that one) and 3- would you like a job on 12 hours with a small bit of overtime? (Prob not small at all, will be banged up to 35 hours a week without gaining the rewards of holiday pay
What excites you about coop jobs
Why do you want to work for co op
When can you start? Retail experience, flexibility, and no adverse information detailed on application form, will promp an offer. More questions will be asked if the applicant has no work history, or an unex-lained gap in employment
They tend to ask about your previous work experience to get to know you better, as well as give you real life scenarios about the shop and ask you to respond to the situation.
Answered - Customer Team Member (CTM) (Former Employee) - Ewell
Why would you like to work at Co-op
Do you understand the importance of confidentiality (if working in HR)
An example of giving good customer service?
Answered - Customer Service (Former Employee) - South Shields, Tyne and Wear
Ask for examples of giving great service.
Answered - Customer Assistant (Former Employee) - Honiton St. Paul's
They ask about your work history and about you.
Answered - Regional Manager (Former Employee) - North west and North East