The interview process that you'll go through will depend on the role you have applied for. We know interviews can be a little daunting so we want to make sure you feel as prepared as possible. Because of that we've put some information on our careers website around what to expect in each business area which will talk you through our processes - you can get to it here:
Answered by Toolstation
Group interview, I found this experience unpleasant, no need for it to be 3 hours long
I had a telephone interview and then was invited to a group interview. Filling out forms, learning about what you would be doing and completing an accuracy test to work in warehouse.
My interview was in a small group with the manager. Had a form to fill in and the sometimes you had to tell what you wrote.
You have to play darts and beat the interviewer twice in a row
Standard interview questions / follow procedures
Answered - Manager (Former Employee) - Hertfordshire
Have an interview,talk about experiences,answer questions and be available to work
Answered - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) - Grantham, Lincolnshire
Very easy interview, just fill in forms and answer very few questions and you pretty much have the job
Answered - Key Holder (Former Employee) - Twickenham
I enjoyed the interview and it was well layed out with clear instructions.
Answered - warehouse opperative (Former Employee) - Bridgwater, Somerset
Much like any other shop, if you want to work here just focus on your customer service experience and wash first
Answered - CSR (Current Employee) - Martlesham, Suffolk