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It was a group interview (about 5 of us) and we started with giving basic facts about ourselves such as hobbies and interests. Then we all had to create our own TV reality show and present it, guessing this was to evaluate our teamwork skills. After this we all went bowling and we were interviewed individually for 5 minutes (asking about when your available to work, etc).
It was a really great interview and I got great feedback but they never contacted me since so dont get your hopes up.

Answered 1 August 2019

Long, unsociable and can change shifts without consulting with you sometimes. If you have no social life then its perfect. Take care when shifts suddenly drop from 35 to 12 a week, inquire immediately.

Answered 29 July 2018

Yes, you have to be fully flexible to work any day and any hour.

Answered 29 July 2018

Ashamed to have worked at such a horrible & stressful place with poor and selfish management.

Answered 8 August 2019

You get 4 free bowling vouchers every month but they have to be redeemed and you get discounted food I think it’s something like 10-20%

Answered 31 July 2018

I worked there for 2 years and did every department. I asked for a pay rise since people younger than me were making £2 more per hour due to being on a different managers contract after only being there a week and they refused because it would be ‘too much paperwork and hassle’

Answered 8 August 2019

Apply, group interview which was about making a superhero what’s that got to do with the job ?????, trial shift which is you shoved around and put onto random employees who aren’t trained to train you, get the job and go downhill from there.

Answered 10 April 2018
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