Questions and Answers about Royal Mail

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How should you prepare for an interview at Royal Mail?

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What questions do they ask during their telephone interview?

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There was not a proper interview process, they only looked at documents for proof of identity then told you about the induction day. No typical interview question were asked and just wanted to check if you knew English and are able to work in the UK.

Answered - Christmas Casual (Former Employee) - Rochester, Kent

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Usual say your prepared to work extra hours you love walking and of course you love to see people smiling and happy when you deliver their birthday cards, Giros and just having a great communal experience ..all rubbish but you have to say this these days to get a job !!

Answered - Postman Delivery & Collection (Current Employee) - Northwich, Cheshire

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Examples of customer facing, outdoor in all weather, deadlines, responsibilities etc.

They have an odd approach to recruitment.

Answered - Postman (Former Employee) - Dursley, Gloucestershire

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Be risponsible and organised

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Take ALL documents required, no excuses or it will slow the process if you don't

Answered - Temp Casual Royal Mail Postal Sorter (Current Employee) - Stockport

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Be confident and show your passion

Answered - Delivery Office Manager (Current Employee) - Surrey

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Have the appropriate papers they request from you and be on time at the interview.

Answered - Mail Sorter (Former Employee) - London

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Play a spot the difference quiz! past of the process is matching postcodes and number in an online test.

Answered - collections driver (Current Employee) - Bradford, West Yorkshire

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Think about examples of things you have achieved previously - what are you proud of and how did you achieve this.
Focus on achieving through people, getting others on board and engaging teams of people.

Answered - Delivery Sector Manager (Former Employee) - South & West Yorkshire

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