You can usually expect to hear back from us usually within one or two days after the interview, but the waiting time does vary for different positions.
Preparing for an interview primarily means taking time to thoughtfully consider your goals and qualifications relative to the position and employer. To accomplish this, you should perform research on the company and carefully review the job description to understand why you would be a good fit. Let’s look at the steps to preparing for an interview.
At Wren we make use of everyone’s individual skillset, and develop our employees to the best that they can possibly be. Wren offer clear paths for career progression and for this reason we tailor our training to all our employee needs. When it comes to our employee & potential candidates, We have designed a specialised training program titled 'the Wren Way'. This allows each employee to become an expert in their own field, while still maintaining the companies values and ethos.
At Wren we believe in growing our talent. We will invest in your development and give you opportunities to thrive in your career. Wrens core ethos all revolve around 'PRIDE.'
As the UK’s No.1 Kitchen Retail Specialist, Wren Kitchens is a truly passionate, family-run business, dedicated to delivering success with our strong commitment and loyalty to customer experience. Utilising cutting edge technology, modern transport fleets, integrated systems and inspirational showrooms, Wren is now one of the fastest growing Retailers in the UK with exciting plans for continued growth across all areas of the business.
You can simply apply online by contacting us directly: https://vacancies.wrencareers.com/contact-us.aspx
You can also see all the latest vacancies here: https://vacancies.wrencareers.com/vacancies/vacancy-search-results.aspx
Does Wren Living require pre-employment background checks? What kind of background check does Wren Living do and how long does it take to complete?
Pre-employment screening refers to the process of investigating the backgrounds of potential employees and is commonly used to verify the accuracy of an applicant's claims as well as to discover any possible criminal history, workers compensation claims, or employer sanctions.
Research the office dress code
Before choosing an interview outfit, research the company to determine how formal their workplace is. If you’ve checked the company website and social media pages but still can’t determine the dress code, try calling the company’s HR department. Explain that you have an upcoming interview and would like to know the appropriate dress code.
All interview depend on the position applied for, however some of the more basic interview questions:
Tell me about yourself.
What are your strengths?
What are your weaknesses?
Why do you want this job?
Where would you like to be in your career five years from now?
What's your ideal company?
What attracted you to this company?
Why should we hire you?
We try to maintain a very relaxed atmostphere during the interview stage.
All interviewers want things to go well, by helping the candidate relax the interview process should run much more smoothly and hopefully produce a good result.
Once the interview has concluded; we would take them on a quick tour of the office and advise them of the next steps in the interview process.
If you have worked for your employer for one month or more, the legal minimum amount of notice you must give is one week. Normally your employment contract will set out a longer notice period -so please check this first. If it does, you should give this length of notice to your employer.