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I have been working at NRL full-time (More than a year)
The people are great and really know their stuff. There's a real drive to always improve how things are done.
Culture is clear to see everywhere you look, but it's one of those businesses where this just seems to come naturally and isn't just posters on the wall that no-one reads.
Low staff turnover means that not many jobs come up as no-one leaves.
Advice to Management
Everyone's opinion is taken into account regardless of their seniority - this is great because it means staff feel they are an important part of the business.
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I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at NRL (Wigan, England) in May 2016.
The process was structured over two interviews. One initial meeting with interview questions and basic maths and English test, then a second meeting to discuss a personality test and discuss the role in more depth. The whole process was great, the initial meeting was welcoming and quite a relaxed and positive atmosphere. Then once invited back for the second interview it was great to talk more in depth and the interviewers brought in staff who currently worked in the role to discuss their experiences and why it was a great place to work. All in all the interview process helped me choose the company as the place I would like to work.