Mission: Always low prices.
We want our customers to be able to get the products they need at the prices they want to pay, so we’ve been making some big changes. Instead of having sales that come and go, we’ve made our prices always low, all year ...
I worked at Homebase Limited part-time (More than a year)
Amazing place to work. Good wages for my age bracket at that time. Nice managers let you away with a lot of crap.
To be honest nothing bad I can say about it except the early starts they are a killer and also the spilt shifts I had to do.
Advice to Management
Nothing I'm not filling this crap out so I can read something and it's annoying the he'll out of me so why don't you go away glass door. Thank u.
I applied online. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at Homebase Limited (Stoke-on-Trent, England) in April 2016.
1st was by telephone approx 50 mins long. General chat about why your looking for a new role, what your average day at work is presently. 2nd Interview by a Store Manager approx 1 hour 30 mins, informal over coffee, was told at the end that I would be put forward to the next stage. 3rd Interview with another Store Manager approx 2 hours 15 mins, followed a structured set of questions, had to provide a presentation and a pitch.
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