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I worked at Tesco Ireland (More than 8 years)RecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEORecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
Customer focus, great management experience, good career opportunities.
Lack of training, poor culture and values.
Advice to Management
Continue in your hard work
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 1 day – interviewed at Tesco Ireland in March 2010.
I was already employed with the company as a general assistant on a part time basis while I was studying in college. When I finshed my education I was offered a position on the options programme which is for trainne department managers. In order to get on the programme I had complete a one on one interview, give a ten minute presentation and a group exercise. After this I completed my training over the next 5 monthe before I had to complete my sign off interview. This included a one on one interview once more with questions on my training and the business as a whole. I also had to walk a store with a member of the companys regional team and complete a SWOT analysis of that store. Following this I was given a green light to become a department manager with the company.
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Tesco Ireland is the leading grocery retail business in Ireland. Our Express stores offer customers great value, quality and fresh food close to where they live and work. We opened our first Express store in 2004. They sell a range of products including fresh produce, wines and spirits and in-store bakery. Our Metro stores bring the convenience of Tesco to town and city centre locations. They offers customers a great range of mainly food products, including ready meals, sandwiches and fresh produce. Supermarkets offer customers a wide range of food products along with a ...