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Founded in 1901, Imperial Brands (previously Imperial Tobacco) has grown to employ over 30,000 people. In a drive to offer a less harmful alternative to cigarettes, Imperial Brands has recently introduced a range of products that do not contain tobacco to its portfolio.
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This stage of the selection process allows the interviewer to have a conversation with the candidate to assess communication skills.
The applicant is typically presented with everyday scenarios that may occur at Imperial Brands and assessed on how they would respond to those situations. An example of a question might be, “What would you do if you witnessed an argument between colleagues?”.
Candidates are invited to an assessment centre for a full day, coming together with other applicants to demonstrate their ability to work in a team. Each individual candidate must give a presentation or a case study.
They are then asked to take part in a group activity, often another case study. The process is completed with a face-to-face interview, usually with senior management including the HR manager and team leader.
Although candidates are generally assessed on their general capabilities, as a tobacco manufacturer, Imperial Brands experiences some ethical implications to its work and applicants are also expected to acknowledge and comment on this aspect.
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