5 March 2020
All interview depend on the position applied for, however some of the more basic interview questions:
Tell me about yourself.
What are your strengths?
What are your weaknesses?
Why do you want this job?
Where would you like to be in your career five years from now?
What's your ideal company?
What attracted you to this company?
Why should we hire you?
Firstly, she gave a quick question as to whether, or not, I’d had time to research the company. She wasn’t overly concerned about that.
Then on to questions about previous roles and ability to deal with face-to-face consultations, etc. Discussed my expectations, of the role applied for, including salary, etc.
Also asked if I am able to spend 2 weeks away from home, for training.
All-in-all, a pleasant enough experience.
My current role, why im looking to leave, what my interests are, why I want to work for Wren, the role
Structured, tailored questions that you expect from a interview so you can easily prepare. Know your strengths and your weaknesses and have a solid answer to why you want the role and why Wren should hire you. You will always get asked what you know about Wren Kitchens so do your research.
Various - starts with personal then on to a structured collection if sales/teamwork related questions.
Why should Wren employ you?
Role play with me.
Questions are designed to see if you can think outside of the box. Wren are looking for intelligent people with the correct attitude so expect to be tested!
What would you do in certain situations?
How would you handle difficult customers?
What would you do to resolve problems?
What could you bring to Wren?
What sets you apart from others?
What is your time management like
What are the values we hold here at wren and what do they mean to you
Mostly asking question about comunication skills, education that i had, also they may ask you to do a role play to engage a customer who enters the showroom to buy a kitchen.I was very excited at my interview, dont remember what i have done at role play..:)