November 10, 2009 at 9:51 pm #31285
I will have an interview and assessment with M&S next week. Can you please let me know what to expect from a M&S interview?
I found this job online at Marks and Spencer career site. You have to be registered to apply for positions. Some roles require 6 months work experience.November 10, 2009 at 9:55 pm #34101
I remember having to do a group exercise which was mainly an observed group discussion on the best way to display a product.
This was followed by a role play in which the interviewer acted as a customer. Then after the role play was the general one to one interview. I think the whole process took about 3 hours!
good luck!November 10, 2009 at 9:59 pm #34102
i had an interview with M&S today and just wanted to write to say it wasnt nearly as bad as id thought! I read all the threads last nite, they came in really useful, although i didnt have to answer any “why do you want to work for us” questions and i also didnt have to ask any customers questions in the store.
I had to do the role-play thing with the food cards, but honestly wasnt that bad. i hate things like that. anyway i got the job, so good luck to anybody who will be going for an interview.December 23, 2010 at 11:34 am #34103
i have already given my interview than i got job interview preparation can be the difference between success and failure at sales job interviews. These job interview tips come to you from an experienced manager of interviews and assessment days. They will help you to prepare the evidence of your experience and skills to match the job you are applying for.but i hope who will be go for interview.
Best of luck…………………March 14, 2011 at 6:57 am #34104
::) good luck.
I have met the same thing, but that was passed, it’s not very bad.
just sosoAugust 11, 2013 at 10:26 am #34105
If your are applying for Deli Customer Assistant Role then carry on reading this.
1- You will take a test online which will be about your personality, food Knowledge
2- On the Assestment day:
Same test of food knowledge and:
- Role play: help a costumer with a party (or something similiar)
- Typical interview questions.
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