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You should dress in a very formal suit

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None here is the keys

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As detailed above but you also have an individual assessment where you are asked competency based questions. If you Google that phrase and have some good examples prepared it will give you a head start.

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Its a week before (great yearly bonus!)

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No as John Lewis is retail .

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Usually around the 26th of each month, give or take a day or two. You get paid earlier in December for your Christmas pay.
Remember you get a company bonus in March / April!

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Read the details on the job application hub about what is expected of partners. The partnership behaviours are openly displayed online and you need to ensure that you meet them.
Make sure you participate in the interview - it's an instant "no" if you don't talk during a group interview!

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To see if we have any part jobs available near you need to apply online at http://www.jlpjobs.com/john-lewis/ and narrow your search results to part time jobs in the search jobs box on the left of the page

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To see if we have any jobs in Liverpool John Lewis store apply online at http://www.jlpjobs.com/john-lewis/ and narrow your search results in the search jobs box on the left of the page

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Exceptional company that others are inspired by and look for in a potential employees career history. Excellent benefits.

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