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Low chance of progression, low pay, childish staff, long hours, terrible management

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Stop bullying staff, stop having favourites, and finally listen to partners

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Long hours and late evenings near Xmas which partners were bullied into doing.No staff or staff due to poor management.

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Firstly answer the questionnaire online. Once you succeed, you’ll be offered an interview. This will consist of a group interview followed by an individual interview. Dress smartly and show independence in answers.

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I have no problems with my hair apart from going grey but always open to suggestions. Different folks different strokes.

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No, it’s a joke.
It’s a dictatorship.
All decisions are made and then partners are forced to agree with it or shown the door

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Get exact examples ready to use. For example, when have you worked as a team? Not just simply, I am part of a sports team, but they are wanting specific examples.

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Full business dress. If you’re a man, go for a suit. A woman should go for a smart blouse. Aim to wear monochrome colours.

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All Staff are Monthly paid with a yearly bonus paid March / April time.

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Because I like the food and it’s big company.

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