Need to be flexible for working hours, and appear eager and keen to work as a team.
Just be bubbly and fun - must like kids
Read about the company and be yourself!
Research clarks before, maybe stuff like how much money it takes in or how many stores they have. Be as social as possible, always smile and try to be a bit funny. When choosing a shoe to pick try to pick the one you have the most to talk about not necessarily your favourite. When presenting the group idea activity try and say the most out of the group.
Just be friendly and honest
Focus on selling points and what the customer will look for.
Be friendly, cheery. How you can interact with customers is most important, once you start they train you anyway, so don't worry too much about experience.
Be relaxed and focus on the questions
Good to know about Clarks specialising in childrens shoes. some retail experience would be useful but not essential, training will be given.
Help jobseekers learn about the company by being objective and to the point.
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