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As the UK’s No.1 Kitchen Retail Specialist, Wren Kitchens is a truly passionate, family-run business, dedicated to delivering success with our strong commitment and loyalty to customer experience. Utilising cutting edge technology, modern transport fleets, integrated systems and inspirational showrooms, Wren is now one of the fastest growing Retailers in the UK with exciting plans for continued growth across all areas of the business.You can simply apply online by contacting us directly: https://vacancies.wrencareers.com/contact-us.aspxYou can also see all the latest vacancies here: https://vacancies.wrencareers.com/vacancies/vacancy-search-results.aspx
Answered by Wren Kitchens
5 March 2020
We try to maintain a very relaxed atmostphere during the interview stage.All interviewers want things to go well, by helping the candidate relax the interview process should run much more smoothly and hopefully produce a good result.Once the interview has concluded; we would take them on a quick tour of the office and advise them of the next steps in the interview process.
Answered by Wren Kitchens
5 March 2020
0 months. Once you start and placed on a line no one speaks. I personally wasn’t offered training after induction. No chance of progression once you start as this is your job role whatever is provided at the time. Annual leave, I received emails demanding to call HR for Absence which is incorrect
Answered 27 December 2019
Brilliant, wonderful place to come brush up on your product knowledge and understand the ‘wren way’. Brilliant canteens onsite gym You’ll never look back
Answered 4 June 2019
What is the training like?
Asked 20 March 2019
Poor. Two weeks and you still have no idea about what you’re doing
Answered 20 March 2019
on the basic which will be around £1,200 per month
Answered 12 November 2021
It’s dependent on circumstances the longest is the apprenticeship 1 year and 1 day.
Answered 7 July 2021
Answered 25 September 2020
Training for myself is held at the head office, The Nest, in Barton. Training is in full for 2 weeks, then on probation for 3 months.
Answered 7 September 2019
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