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No. Lots of people in these places. Anxiety patients usually need to be able to have more control of their workload. DJs can be manic especially around sale time and Xmas.

Answered 16 March 2020

You have to love the work and confidence
Good communication and friendly also Respect your work mates

Answered 22 September 2018

Personally I suggest once you look at the current opportunities page apply and if shortlisted contact the talent acquisition team as soon as possible this way you can prove how much interested you are in getting a job at David Jones also if you don't get a job as they haven't shortlisted you its always alright to apply again and again until you actually get a job there just remember the group interview shouldn't be intimidating its farely calm and easy just questions and answers and its like an airport, literally they ask for your passport and yeah! MAZÉL TOV BEST WISHES & GOOD LUCK!!!

Answered 14 October 2018

It's slow and quiet days most of the time, can be expected on weekends only.

Answered 23 June 2020

Typical interview questions. They really sell/pride themselves on customer service, so most questions will focus on that as they want the best/right personality in their team.

Answered 10 January 2020

With your enough experience and product knowledge you can win the customer and can maintain the respect of the business

Answered 23 June 2020

Amex Credit Cards. It is expected of you.
Management are not reliable and can be very immature.

Supervisors are the hardest working people are under appreciated.

Travel (I traveled approx 3hrs a day. one hour on train to and from work and then bus).

Hours are long. 7pm finishes every day. Working hours could be between 5hrs to 9.5hrs. Xmas time there is 10pm-12pm finishes. Working hours could be 10hours (they found a loop hole to not give you anymore break times than you would if you do 10hours which I believe you are entitled to.)

Customers can be unreasonable, entitled and demanding.

Coworkers can either be very kind and helpful, or stuck up and discriminate.

Answered 10 January 2020

I always felt that (while not an ASMs myself) they are very busy. They were over worked. Long hours and a lot of pressure to make sure staff are working efficiently as well as picking up any slack from the managers. Whatever managers don't feel like doing, they just dump it on the ASMs. You could get a good manager where the two of you worked together. But the supervisors in my department were always stressed.

Answered 10 January 2020
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