Direct Line Group
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51 questions about working at Direct Line Group
We have a Smart, casual dress code so wear something you feel comfortable in but remember you are also going to an interview :)
Answered by Direct Line Group
24 September 2019
We offer 50% off home, motor and pet insurance. As you’d expect, we have your insurance needs covered, and if you have family living at your home address then they can benefit from sharing your policies.There are also a wide range of benefits available to all our employees, visit our website to find out more https://www.directlinegroupcareers.com/about-dlg/#section6
Answered by Direct Line Group
24 September 2019
Every day our customers trust us with their personal information and we want to know that anyone looking to work with us is just as passionate about protecting our customers as we are. That's why we carry out checks with credit reference agencies, fraud prevention agencies and criminal records checks to confirm the identity, integrity and suitability of anyone looking to join our team. If you're successful at interview and offered a job our recruitment team will be on hand throughout the process to ensure all checks are complete in time for your start date.
Answered by Direct Line Group
24 September 2019
What is the dress code
Asked 29 April 2018
Flexible casual dress code. It’s not about what you wear, it’s about what you can do, so why not be comfortable doing it?
Answered by Direct Line Group
24 September 2019
Communication, Influencing, Team Work,Problem Solving, Dealing with Challenging Situations,General Competencies,
Answered 3 April 2017
It's easy for us to say don’t be nervous. But one thing to remember is that we already think you could do the job – that’s why we’ve asked you for an interview.There's plenty you can do before the day itself. Research the company and the job, and have a question or two ready to ask about what you find out. It all shows how interested you are in getting the job. If you’re nervous about the process, you could try a few mock interviews, too. Jot a few questions down you expect to be asked and either get a friend to pretend to be the interviewer or sit in front of a mirror and practice your answers. It all helps you to think about how you can be positive and show your strengths.First impressions count, so on the day get there on time. Whilst we have a relaxed dress code, it's best to dress smartly for your interview. When you meet the interviewer smile, make eye contact and give them a confident handshake. Remember that the interview’s about us both finding out if we’re right for each other. So, don’t be afraid to ask questions at any time. It shows you’re keen to get all the information you need. Just try not to interrupt the interviewer – wait for a natural pause.Most of all, try to relax and stay positive, upbeat and outgoing. In short, be your natural self – after all, that’s what we want to see.
Answered by Direct Line Group
24 September 2019
Refurbish buildings as they are dated
Answered 27 February 2019
It's easy for us to say don’t be nervous. But one thing to remember is that we already think you could do the job – that’s why we’ve asked you for an interview.There's plenty you can do before the day itself. Research the company and the job, and have a question or two ready to ask about what you find out. It all shows how interested you are in getting the job. If you’re nervous about the process, you could try a few mock interviews, too. Jot a few questions down you expect to be asked and either get a friend to pretend to be the interviewer or sit in front of a mirror and practice your answers. It all helps you to think about how you can be positive and show your strengths.First impressions count, so on the day get there on time. Whilst we have a relaxed dress code, it's best to dress smartly for your interview. When you meet the interviewer smile, make eye contact and give them a confident handshake. Remember that the interview’s about us both finding out if we’re right for each other. So, don’t be afraid to ask questions at any time. It shows you’re keen to get all the information you need. Just try not to interrupt the interviewer – wait for a natural pause.Most of all, try to relax and stay positive, upbeat and outgoing. In short, be your natural self – after all, that’s what we want to see.
Answered by Direct Line Group
24 September 2019
No but they pay an agency to follow and monitor you for 5 days with photographic evidence of any wrong doing.
Answered 19 May 2017
Very well, they just about all work remotely
Answered 11 October 2020
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