- RecommendsNo opinion of CEO
Great management, time off allowed whenever
No employee benefits, no paid time off
Advice to Management
No advice to management. Owners are doing a fantastic job. Adding employee benefits would be a step in the right direction.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- No OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied in-person. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Stagecoach (Dunfermline, Scotland (UK)) in February 2012.
Applied by post after missing an open day. Got the interview appointment sent next day. Took about 3 hours. Started with a written arithmetic test (really easy - all addition and subtraction) and Highway code/ PCV perceprion test. I started these then got taken away from them to do a driving assessment. Assessment was accompanied by two trainers. Pretty straightforward and had no problems with that. Back to depot to finish what I had started then taken in for a panel interview. Felt pretty confident, answered what they wanted, was complimented the whole way through - and in the end still didnt get it. No idea why though have written to find out. Probably because I have long hair (male), even though they can't say that. Only reason I can think of. Anyhoo, its a dawdle. Advice. Wear a suit (I had dress trousers and open kneck shirt on and much was made about my lack of tie - I had already searched on line and everyone commented on the cleanliness of their assessment vehicles, that was my reason for not going full bhuna with a suit), if you have long hair and are male I wouldn't bother. They also asked my marital status and if I had kids, this may also have had a negative impact as I know it does in the trucking industry. Up to you how you answer that one. I was asked basic geography of my region, customer service questions, collision management questions and the usual "why should we employ you" type questions.
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Relic of bygone days in passenger transportation? Not this Stagecoach. Stagecoach Group provides bus and rail transportation services in the UK and North America. The company is one of the top bus operators in the UK, where it maintains a fleet of about 7,000 vehicles. Its rail businesses include South West and East Midlands Trains, and it operates light rail network Supertram and Manchester Metrolink. Altogether operations in the UK account for more than 85% of Stagecoach Group's sales. Across the Atlantic, the company's Coach USA and Coach Canada units are ...