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Never again!!! Poorly run with poor management, long hours and overall poor

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We recommend dressing smart for whatever role you are interviewing for, good luck.

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Short phone interview for general chat on your previous employment and to discuss your relevant skills. A wee bit about the company and role.

Face to face interview with a maths test if successful, maths test relatively simple, 'if a customer places 3 bets each at a cost of £x amount how much change would you give if they handed you £x amount. Also 6 or 8 multiplication questions (9x13, 8x7) etc etc. About 20 altogether. I got 15 mins to complete.

Once complete a face to face interview with a manager, basic situation questions "name a time when you've" "what would you do if"

I was unsuccesful I guess as time has passed but best of luck all who are reading.

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We have a range of different roles ranging from 9-5 to shift work depending on the area of the business.
If you're thinking of applying for a role one of our recruitment advisors can talk you through the hours of work.

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Short phone interview for general chat on your previous employment and to discuss your relevant skills. A wee bit about the company and role.

Face to face interview with a maths test if successful, maths test relatively simple, 'if a customer places 3 bets each at a cost of £x amount how much change would you give if they handed you £x amount. Also 6 or 8 multiplication questions (9x13, 8x7) etc etc. About 20 altogether. I got 15 mins to complete.

Once complete a face to face interview with a manager, basic situation questions "name a time when you've" "what would you do if"

I was unsuccesful I guess as time has passed but best of luck all who are reading.

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Focus on making their staff happy rather than profits

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When preparing for an interview, we would always recommend doing research on the business area you are applying for.

For example, if you're applying for a retail role, go into one of our shops and find out about our offers and customers. Top tip, learn about our "Connect" or "Grid" cards and always remember to bring your right to work to the interview.

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Hours were long. Worked 10 weekends in a row especially on my dad's 60th birthday. Had to cancel a night out with the lads on numerous occasions because work had to come first. Poor training, rude customers and self-centred colleagues who would look down their nose at you. Management would change your rota at the very last minute.

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For most roles there are 3 steps.

1. Apply online on our career site - https://www.ladbrokescoralplc.com/careers
2. Telephone Interview.
3. Face to face interview.

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