By checking online tesco website
I applied online for a local customer services job. It immediately said I had not reached the minimum criteria. I'm quite puzzled, as I'm an educated, articulate, hard-working, person. Where did I go wrong? I filled in all the required sections and answered some of their scenario screening questions. Thanks!
You have to apply on line
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Online process, the face to face interview
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By checking the Tesco jobs website.
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