Are you looking to apply for a position at the Metro supermarket chain? JobTestPrep can help you to prepare for every stage of their recruitment process. From your application to your assessments and interviews, our practice tests and study guides will give you the edge to outshine other applicants and land the job you want. With JobTestPrep you will be able to:
Build and brush up on fundamental skills for the retail industry
The steps in the Metro hiring process can vary depending on the role you have decided to pursue within the company, however, the process detailed below will give you a general idea of what to expect prior to receiving a job offer:
Application Process: Depending on the position you are wanting to apply for, you may have the option to apply in-person. All other applications will need to be submitted through the Metro Inc. website.
Phone Interview: If you have applied online, expect to be contacted for a brief phone interview. This type of interview is used for further screening of potential candidates.
Video Interview: Some positions may require a video interview.
Pre-Hire Testing: Many positions will require psychometric and aptitude testing. The tests will either be administered prior to or during your in-person interviews.
In-Person Interviews: Your face-to-face interviews will vary depending on the job you have applied for. For in-store roles, you will often meet with either the store manager or the department manager. If you have applied for a supervisory role, you are likely to meet with HR representatives and more senior members of the company.
Assessment Day: Not all applicants will need to participate in an assessment day or an assessment day. During the assessment day, you will likely meet with other applicants and members of the management team. Assessment days usually include a brief company presentation, role-playing and group exercises, additional testing, and face-to-face interviews.
Metro’s Assessment Tests
The entrance exams you will face during the pre-employment process will differ between each role within the company. Proper preparation prior to facing your employment test or tests will give you the best chance at improving your overall score, thus heightening your chances of being considered the position you have applied to.
Great customer service and teamwork are highly valued by Metro and other food retailers. Many of the interview questions will be both behavioral and situational in nature. Here are just some examples of the questions you are likely to be answering during the interview process:
Why would you like to work for Metro Inc.?
When have you had to deal with an upset customer? How did you handle the situation?
Using the STAR method during your interviews will ensure that your answers are kept both organized and engaging.
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