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The hours are flexible, which suit me

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Good sales and communication skills. Empathy, Persistence.

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By yelling at your in front of everyone or taking you and four mangers in to an offie, telling you you are common, too friendly, you slur your words and you're rubbish after being there for a month

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Awful. no one likes each other, two depts, both sides do not communicate and when you ask for assistance you get snarky comments. they don't use computers its all notice boards and cards. the staff do not talk to the warehouse guys and you have to run between floors with random measurements to work out what is needed. you can't leave unless you have filled out the quota. there are paper diaries for everything nothing is done on the computer, the manager doesn't give her real name as she doesn't like to talk to customers, its all paper work and folders, if the building was to burn down customers details would go with it. i asked them what would they do if that happened and they didn't have an answer.

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Had some challenging fits where my previous joiner experience and skill played a big role in determing the best solution in a tight situation.

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Met the Field Installation Manager at a Sharps Bedroom Showroom, he showed me the product, explained the fitting system, told me what is expected regarding workmanship and customer care, advised on what essential tools are required and what items I need for health and safety, I was advised I would need to have a police data base check due to working in peoples homes and businesses.
The Interview was professional but relaxed with no pressure.

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During my Interview I was asked What my main trade was and what type of work background I had,
I was asked if I had any limitations health wise due to the manual work involved,
I was asked if I had a current police data base check for working in customers homes and businesses.
I was also asked if i had any issues with travelling slightly further out for work as sometimes there may be a slight slow period in my immediate area.

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Great experience and very rewarding.

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I look forward to continuing my career with them

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