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I have been working at Wiggle full-time
* Relaxed environment, with lots of passionate people
* Not micro managed - hard work is recognised
* If you're sporty, this is an amazing place to work, there group cycle events weekly, lunch time runs and after work boot camps!
I have not seen any yet.
I applied online. I interviewed at Wiggle (Wolverhampton, England) in July 2017.
Very long process for a Warehouse Asociate role. 3 Interviews in total, an easy test and an assessment. Started with a phone interview (passed), a face to face interview + easy 3rd grader test (passed), an assessment (passed) and another face 2 face interview (failed). You would expect a person with experience in roles starting from warehouse operative, lead, instructor, with an university degree would get a warehouse asociate job (can't go any lower), but was rejected because I don't have the "Wiggle character". That is the only feedback I got. Was congratulated for my experience and knowledge, but not a Wiggle... People that can barely count get jobs like that. Shocked... honestly!
Tune in to Radio 2’s drivetime show from 5pm-7pm tomorrow (29 April) to hear Dani King of the Wiggle High5 pro cycling team talking about the Women's Tour of Yorkshire this weekend. Coverage starts on Saturday at 10am on ITV4.
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