Co-op Group
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242 questions about working at Co-op Group
Candidates apply via our careers site, complete the application form, screening questions, role fit assessment. If you have been successful you will then either progress to a telephone interview, this depends on the role or a face to face interview.
Answered by Co-op Group
5 May 2022
You're generally overworked and underappreciated - when I leave I'll be happy to get away from the drama tbh, it's like something new every week.
Answered 21 March 2017
There needs to be more appreciation for the staff and what they do. This was my first job and the team leads taught me everything whereas I barely saw the manager, they taught me everything I know now yet they are so underappreciated and overworked. Needs to be higher staff morale, management really need to figure out how to get people to work as a team.
Answered 21 March 2017
Working hours and shift patterns will vary depending on the role you're applying for, and usually will appear on the job advert or will be discussed during the interview. For example, in our stores and funeral care homes there are colleagues who work full time or part time, who only work weekends or just three days per week. However, our logistics depots usually work in three shifts (6am to 2pm, 2pm to 10pm, 10pm to 6am). An our corporate roles are mostly standard office hours with flexible hours. But regardless of the part of the business you're applying for, the contractual hours and shift patterns will be stated on the advert and will be discussed in detail during the interview.
Answered by Co-op Group
12 June 2020
For all face-to-face interviews you will receive an interview preparation pack, we'd advice you to read through this pack in detail. Drawing upon your skills and experiences, research the business, and just be yourself.
Answered by Co-op Group
2 July 2020
The Co-op uses behavioural interviews to assess candidates for all our roles. In a behavioural interview you’ll need to provide specific examples from your current or previous jobs / work experience that demonstrate how you behave in certain situations. We’ll analyse your answers to predict how you would perform in the job you’ve applied for.
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12 June 2020
Shameful to tell
Answered 19 March 2017
Online application, short test, if you're successful then you get a face to face interview with the store manager and after that, you are *supposed* to get an email with feedback and a job offer/rejection.However they ghosted me and I found out the outcome of the interview by going onto the jobs site. Very unprofessional.
Answered 31 March 2017
I wore a plain white t-shirt, black jeans, a grey beanie hat and light coloured steel toe cap construction/builder boots.
Answered 28 March 2017
10% off in food.£700 off immediate family finerals
Answered 19 March 2017
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