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You hand your CV into a Dunnes Stores, that you wish to apply for a job with. You then get called for an interview if you are a successful applicant, and you are offered the induction/training day and then offered a contract.

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10% with a Dunnes Store Privilgege card

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- Name a time where you faced a difficult customer and how you dealt with it?
- Did you make any improvements to your old workplace and how did you do this?

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You are given a time for an interview. At the time of your interview you are given an application form to fill out. When the form is filled out you are then interviewed and given the basic information about the job and then you are told that you will be rang the next day if you get the job.

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The management culture is a strange one. About 70% of managers never worked outside of Dunne's. Institutionalised 100 yard stare is all you get if you try to do anything unorthodox like give decent customer service.

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Money, and good for any students

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They keep them on a contract until after Christmas and if Dunnes need them to work over Christmas and after Christmas they will keep them on.

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Yes it's ok, however when working with food, e.g restaurants and Deli, Jewellery must be kept to a minimum (only a plain wedding band)

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In Dunnes Stores, when you get an interview you are just required to bring one written reference(or more if you have them) whether it be from a previous job, college, school etc. Once they see a reference thats it they don't go checking up but they could if they felt they had to.

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