Ocado Group
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179 questions about working at Ocado Group
You’ll work on a shift pattern that covers both early mornings (could be as early as 05:30), late evening shifts (could be finished as late as midnight) and weekends.
Answered by Ocado Group
14 June 2019
First impressions count! We would recommend that you're dressed appropriately for the interview (smart casual or even more formal is fine).
Answered by Ocado Group
2 August 2019
First step is to apply online to one of our adverts (https://www.ocado.jobs/)Once you have completed your application, a member of the recruitment team will be in touch to carry-out a telephone conversation with you. If you meet qualifying criteria then you will be asked to attend a face to face interview at the location you have applied for.
Answered by Ocado Group
2 August 2019
We would recommend that you do the following things before your interview;First impressions count - so dress appropriately for the interviewAlways do your research on Who we are (hint there's some info in the "snapshot" tab)Re-read the job advert to make sure the job is right for you and you're aware of the pay, varied shifts that may be included (Delivery Driver, Warehouse Operatives)
Answered by Ocado Group
2 August 2019
We are always keen to know what you know about usThe other questions at interview are likely to be scenario based questions, where you would need to answer with examples of where you have dealt with this situation before. Or if you haven't had to deal with this before, then think about how you would deal with this situation should you face it in the future.
Answered by Ocado Group
2 August 2019
The company has very high standards for the customers, they'll ask you to be perfect and in my opinion they should look after their employees more than what they do. The job is not very well paid for the routes you'll be doing, sometimes you do 150 miles in a shift and most of the times it's driving by country roads or around the city.
Answered 25 January 2019
Dealing with managers on a power trip
Answered 22 November 2018
Flexible working hours are allowed but you have to put in a request and give them a reason why you want to do your chosen hours.
Answered 1 October 2018
There are many benefits to working at Ocado, here are just some on offer:40% off at CineworldUp to 15% off at Vodaphone15% off at OcadoAbility to buy additional holidayEmployee Assistance ServicePrivate medical insurance (after one years service)and many more
Answered by Ocado Group
2 August 2019
This all depends on your contract that you have been offered, we'd recommend that you review our adverts as this would specify how many contracted hours you will receive per week.
Answered by Ocado Group
14 June 2019
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