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What is the right answer on this situation " a gentleman is booked on the 12 flight but has had to be rescheduled to the 6pm flight and hes adjitated because hes losing time on his holiday and has already ourchased train tickets". Are there someone who know it? The same pass with me and finaly Unsuccessful...

They called explained the hours and salary. Asks what you know about the role youre applying for, asks what you know about the company. Gives you a scenario, mine was "a gentleman is booked on the 12 flight but has had to be rescheduled to the 6pm flight and hes adjitated because hes losing time on his holiday and has already ourchased train tickets" how would you handle that? and then the interview was done. Personally i find it a waste of time for both the company and a applicant because you dont find much out about the person applying.

The interview process itself was quite easy and the people were nice but after my interview, I heard nothing back at all, and only found out for sure that I had been unsuccessful when I saw the job readvertised online around four weeks later, which I thought was quite rude.

I enjoyed it.

Easiest interview I have ever had. Very laid back and they rarely turn people down

They lock you in a room full of flys

It’s held in a dark room with the smell an abottoir in the air

Easiest interview I have ever had. Very laid back and they rarely turn people down.

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