John Lewis & Partners
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141 questions about working at John Lewis & Partners
If a manager doesn't like you they will do anything to get rid of you. From bullying and frustrating you. If you're someone with mental health it will more than likely get worse. Then you will be punished for being sick. At the same time the wages are much lower than other companies not worth it. Just good company to put on your cv but not to work for.
Answered 20 March 2017
Stop other staff from taking it upon themselves to “train” a new starter. Being bombarded for 8 hours with how things are done, until your head is spinning, is not what management should allow to happen.
Answered 20 March 2017
The hours there were very good however difficult to amend when needed.
Answered 3 March 2017
Assessment day, individual interview if successful you attend training. Training is three weeks. No course notes provided. Then thrown into the deep end.
Answered 3 March 2017
There is nothing in the business dress guide about coloured hair (I'm looking to do so haha) however I'd say not anything super bright and un natural, like bright blues, greens ect- however I do have a darker red dye at the minute which is fine, and I would think that oranges and darker purples should be fine aswell, its more branch and manager specific really
Answered 6 July 2017
No!no!not anymore!!!
Answered 25 September 2017
You should know what John Lewis expects of its service to people and what their tag line is;“John Lewis - Never Knowingly Under Sold”
Answered 15 March 2017
Short and t- shirts write blouses
Answered 17 January 2018
Very tedious interview, I was applying for vehicle technician position and the amount of tests they put you through even before the actual interview day is so tedious and waste of time... Its like you're applying for 80k+ a year job... Then at the interview you've gotta do more set tests. I'm the end I'm glad I got an offer elsewhere and not wasted more time waiting another 3 weeks for answer.
Answered 4 April 2017
You dont mind talking to people on a phone all day,you can deal with frustrated people in a calm and polite manner,you dont mind feeling exhausted after 2 hours.
Answered 1 April 2017
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