British Heart Foundation
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77 questions about working at British Heart Foundation
Proud. It can be a stressful job as paid staff at times, but I like jobs with a sense of purpose.
Answered 21 March 2017
Volunteers do all work whilst staff watch TV
Answered 18 March 2017
Casual clothing
Answered 21 March 2017
They advised on the internet and also in the shop window and also word of mouth
Answered 5 April 2017
I had to leave. I was on my first day and the Manager was so rude, Disrespectful and Down right nasty.. I am so glad I left
Answered 22 March 2017
Yes, they use DBS checks to disqualify candidates with a criminal record. If you have a criminal record, they will not hire you.
Answered 9 March 2017
You go for a normal one-to-one interview and then you get another interview. You to see what your worth ethics is like and how well you work.
Answered 3 March 2017
A place to work if you like a wee bit of craic.
Answered 1 October 2018
Tell the interviewer about how you assist customers
Answered 3 March 2017
They welcome everyone but need to manage to work as a team or on your own.
Answered 29 March 2017
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