Je travaille chez O2 à plein temps (Plus d'un an)
focus on work life balance
Manager walk the talk rather than talk the talk, they are open and have regular omni channel communication not only to but from employees.
great reward package and benefits
employee discounts and those for family and friends are awesome
In the ICT Enterprise side of business relatively few legacy products to inhibit growth.
agile and dynamic compared to peers in market place
please please update your annual review process and replace the calibration process O2 is a dynamic forward thinking company this is a HR process from the past embrace the new. Employees are your greatest asset and your greatest advocates
J'ai postulé en ligne. Le processus a pris 3 semaines. J'ai passé une entrevue à O2 (Londres, Angleterre (Royaume-Uni)) en février 2018.
Applied online with my CV, then got invitation to some online assessment. After a week got an email to invite me for a phone interview. It was easy, basically they want to know about your availability, flexibility. There were some experience based question. If everything is going well, you’ll invite you to an assessment day.
In the first part of the interview, I had to fill up a form about my availability, holiday plan... so basic stuffs. Then I was left alone with a store manager. She was extra nice and helpful, I felt myself calm and comfortable. Question were so simple (okay, I already have 5 years experience in telecommunication retail), easy to answer it. There aren’t good or wrong answers, just be calm, confident and show your best self! The second part was a role play. They just want to see how easily can you talk to a customer. I liked this part, however it’s a little bit “steril”, because in the real life, customers are not so helpful as the interviewer. On the next day got a phone call from the HR, with an offer.
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