Questions and Answers about Wren Kitchens

Here's what people have said about working and interviewing at Wren Kitchens.

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How should you prepare for an interview at Wren Kitchens?

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Research the company, prepare beforehand for any questions to ask - know about the role you are applying for and the history behind the business

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Research, research and more research. The company website is really good to extract information. Visit stores, look on Wikipedia and research google reviews.

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Do your research - know who you want to work for and why and be prepared to answer questions on Wren and how we have become the leading kitchen retailer in the UK.

Answered - Kitchen Designer (Current Employee) - Southampton, Hampshire

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Research the company

Answered - Information Advisor (Current Employee) - Solihull, West Midlands

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Do your research, show that you are prepared! show your true personality.

Answered - Kitchen Designer (Current Employee) - Cribbs Causeway, Bristol

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Read wren website, research company history and learn products

Answered - Kitchen Designer (Current Employee) - Sheffield, South Yorkshire

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You can learn about kitchens with experience. Knowing alot about the company will help, who we are, what we do and what we thrive to achieve.

Answered - Kitchen Designer/ Sales person (Current Employee) - Norwich

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Know the business and the history of the company, the core values and aspirations of the company. There are many aspects of Wren that set it apart from all other kitchen retailers - we're all very proud of these assets in our company!

Answered - General Manager (Current Employee) - UK - North Division

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Customer service and building relationships with customers

Answered - Designer (Current Employee) - Newport, Newport

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Just be yourself it’s all about personality

Answered - Information Advisor (Current Employee) - Basildon, Essex

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