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How should you prepare for an interview at MITIE?

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  • Do your research

  • Make sure to get the right balance of being someone competent enough to sort all the problems that have built up for ages while being as unimtimidating as possible. Really you need to come across as someone that can do the work and will allow yourself to be bullied into doing the work of your incompetent yet very complacently unaware of it, entitled colleagues that are cosseted by the management.

  • Just... don’t.
    Be under no illusion, this is the worst move you will make!

  • I think the only criteria is that you can walk, talk and breathe at the same time!

  • Be as entitled as possible! Go you! There is no need at all to worry about if you are up to the job, trust me when I say Mitie is infested with people that are there to collect a salary! You may as well join them, you don't need to do the work. You can just shift the blame elsewhere and nobody will call you out.

  • Always short staffed you'll probably get the job anyway

  • Well, I say best thing is not to be too intimidating to your potential new boss, because a lot of Mitie management are very insecure. Their struggle is very real, they don't need people that will make them feel anything except the very best! So prepare for the interview by researching how to come across as someone who they can manage!

  • Book in for a mental health assessment, you’ll need one after working with them for a day

  • Technical knowledge on your specific trade

  • Dont bother turning up for a start find another company 😂useless management

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