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Established in 1849, Boots has grown into one of the most successful pharmacy-led health and beauty retailers in the UK. In 2006, Boots merged with Alliance UniChem, forming the Alliance Boots parent company.
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Once you have successfully completed the online tests, you will be required to attend an assessment day at Boots’ Support Office at its Nottingham HQ.
Within this final stage of the process, you could be asked to complete some or all of the following exercises: an interview, a group exercise, and a case study (see details below). You will also be given more detail on embarking on a career with Boots.
The interview will be one-to-one and will follow a traditional interview format. It is competency-based and you should expect questions that focus on your drive to solve problems and to be a supportive individual and team member.
You may also be asked questions that are specific to your individual application, so it is wise to be aware of what information you have previously supplied to Boots earlier in the application process.
The group exercise is a chance to let yourself shine as a member of a team. You will be given a brief that contains a fictional business scenario and the necessary information to go with it. Your team then needs to make a reasoned decision on how to proceed.
During the given time period, candidates will be observed by Boots recruitment specialists. You will be tested during this process for how you interact within a group setting.
This exercise will centre on a case study that you will be given on the day at the centre. This will focus on the area of business that you are applying for, and will typically require a decision and an explanation of it.
This exercise is a chance for you to demonstrate your speaking skills and your ability to understand information. When practicing for this stage, remember that confidence and clarity are key; rehearsing with friends or family members who can give an objective opinion beforehand will help.
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