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If with the store manager, go casual

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Great staff discounts, overall experience in so many departments, management that listen to you

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Breath, don't think about it too much and just to answer clearly and honestly

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Had finished my study first

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No Because the company own by someone else

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14 and 9 months or 15, I think

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Yes, but you would have to wait 3 months before you can apply again.

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Yes they do! The discount varies on the product.

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I'm not a manager so I wouldn't be able to tell you. But generally they hire and do interviews in October and you start in November. As long as you have good English, a confident personality, a good knowledge on electronics (plus be Completely available all the time from November through to January) you should have a chance on getting a job.

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I personally did a group interview. The three questions they asked everyone was 1. whats your name 2. something about yourself and 3. the last thing you bought at JB. They also do group activities to test how you work in a team. In one activity they give you a sheet with a table of pictures, you have to 'sell' to a manager an item of your choosing (you have a few options - TV, Phone, Laptop, Xbox) and sell them extra's that you think they might need. This helps them see how good you are of a salesman and if you would fit on the sales floor, the items help them choose what section you would be placed in. they also have breaks between activities to see how well you interact with others. I'm not sure if they'd do this with every interview, but it was my experience. Hope this helps

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