I was the other candidate that they messed around for weeks like you.
I was told I was 2nd. Did you get the role ?
I was told you had more experience than me that they never asked for. Did you get the role ?
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No I didn't get the role. Until I saw the job readvertised I assumed they had found the person they wanted. I just wished people would be truthful.
Just to add to the above I also was told you had more experience than me with cloud applications. This was not asked for initially.
I see they're still looking
I agree the process was a waste of time as the 2 interviewees had 2 different agenda's & the fact they changed the job spec during the process only speaks volumes. you only have 1 chance to make a bad impression. on reflection, I think we both dodged a bullet
I replied for my group stating that we believe since the child is with their parent and he/she should therefore be up to 15years. Also, there are no ID cards for 15year olds and since the child was not alone or with friends that should be ok.
I work at Cineworld and I don't think they'd like the other answer. At work if we don't believe a child is 15 they don't get in, and they are asked to provide ID next time (like a picture of their passport) or get such a picture sent to them by a family member. Or, if they look on the cusp, we ask their full date of birth and see how confidently they answer. It doesn't matter if they're with a parent or not and I've had to explain to parents plenty of times that a 15 rating does not mean 15A, and if a kid is lower than the age limit we are legally not allowed to serve them tickets whether they're with their mum or not. You get a lot of arguments over this but it's part of the job.
Hello Anonymous, you are right. That was not the correct answer. Now that I've got the job and started working I realise that. Thanks for coming to correct it. I'm the Initial Poster
Scenario 2: A mother and her child have bought tickets online for a 15 rated film. The child is clearly younger and has no proof of ID. Upon confronting the woman she gets very annoyed. What would you do?
Apologise to the customer but make her aware that it is against the law to allow someone to a rated film without proof of ID. Offer the customers an alternative movie that is showing that is not rated. If the situation escalates and the woman is getting annoyed call a manager or superior to assist.