When should I turn up for an interview?
I applied for a job at Greggs a couple of weeks ago. So far, nobody has contacted me about when my interview will be. I was wondering if I should just turn up at the store and see if anyone is available to interview me? If so, what would be the best time to do this?
at the time they tell you.
i don't know but let me know when you go il come as well i also have some beef with greggs the new vegan roll is awful even my dog rejected it, I have contacted food standards agency but I do think I will need to go up in person and give them a piece of my mind
You show up for an interview when they tell you that they are scheduling an interview with you.
Uh, just because you apply does NOT mean they give you an interview. You don't judt turn up.If they want to interview you, they'll contact you.
They will contact you if they're interested in interviewing you.You can call and ask if they've had a chance to review your resume/application and have any questions, but showing up and trying to interview on the spot is generally not wise.The managers are busy, aren't going to drop everything to interview you, and in general may be annoyed that you even asked them to.
NO.That is a huge no no!You won't always even get an interview.. they choose who and when to interview.. not every applicant gets an interview so you can't just show up.Besides being rude, that would be ignorant and make you look kind of dumb.Just continue applying at different jobs till you get an offer.
Just because you apply doesn't mean you're going to get an interview. They may simply pass you over. If they haven't called in a week, then move on.
If you have not heard from them, then take the hint. They don't want to interview you.
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