Didn't take to long
Answered - Catering Assistant (Former Employee) - Howden, East Riding of Yorkshire
You are asked to provide references, right to work documents and a DBS check.
They ask for references, they make sure you can work in the UK, i had to give over my passport as proof, even though I am British, i have lived in the UK all my life and have a north Lincolnshire accent ffs.
I guess they must be confused seeing as 100% of all the other people working there are Polish lol
Answered - Trainee Machinist (Former Employee) - Barton-upon-Humber, Lincolnshire
The background check required to work for Wren is nothing different or intensive compared to any other sales or retail job.
Answered - Information Advisor (Current Employee) - Solihull
They do a background check befre allowing you to join i believe.
Answered - information advisor (Current Employee) - Preston, Lancashire
Yes. Job dependent
Answered - Senior Technical Product Designer (Current Employee) - The Nest, Barton
Yes, references etc, takes a couple of weeks
Answered - Kitchen Designer (Current Employee) - Huddersfield, West Yorkshire
Simple and basic work history checks.
Answered - designer (Current Employee) - Solihull, West Midlands
Yes, a couple of weeks at the time I joined.
Answered - Design Surveyor (Current Employee) - Bristol, Bristol
Wren do a DBS check which came back before training was completed
Answered - Design Surveyor (Current Employee) - Bolton, Greater Manchester