I was Interviewed by phone which was a waste of my time. The Interviewer couldn't give any answers about the direction the company wanted to go in with the post. Based on a short telephone conversation, stating it was a new role with no boundaries it was decided at that stage 40 years experience was not enough. I really need to work on talking rubbish instead of just been an honest talking action person. When I researched Chocmobile on the internet it comes up with a van been used to show workers been exploited to produce cheap cocoa beans. This is not what I thought a company would want to be associated with but what do I know. Trying to sell luxury chocolate from an Ice Cream van also seems to be a strange way to get your brand across as a company. 40 years of customer knowledge indicates Ice Cream vans are perceived as been tacky retail outlets and not somewhere you would set out to buy a £30 box of chocolates from. The person conducting the interview had no idea of you would need to carry out the role but just had a set of tick boxes. My question would be how good has the tick box system been put together.
Not organised at all
Answered - customer sales advisor (Former Employee) - Sheffield, South Yorkshire
4 interviews and one is identifying different chocolate bars
A 3 part interview which included a meet with the CEO.
Answered - General Manager (Former Employee) - Leeds, West Yorkshire