Since the first Pep Stores opened in De Aar in the Northern Cape in 1965, the retailer has expanded to become one of the biggest and most successful retail outlets in South Africa.
Pep now has more than 2000 retail stores in Southern Africa and is the biggest single brand retailer in Africa.
The company employs more than 15 000 people.
With product and service offerings including clothing, footwear, homeware, FMCG, cellular and airtime products, Capfin loans, funeral policies and cross-border money transfers, the organisation offers a wide range of solutions for customers’ needs.
Working a Pep Stores can be an exciting prospect for individuals looking for an opportunity to gain retail experience, to manage a thriving retail branch or to be a fashion influencer as a buyer.
When most people think about applying for a job, one aspect of the process that can be intimidating is the interview process.
During face-to-face interviews job applicants can expect a range of questions designed to find out more about them as well as how well they will fit with the organisation.
What kind of Pep Store interview questions can job applicants expect?
- Tell us about a time when you have encountered conflict in the workplace?
- Tell us about a time when you had to adapt to a difficult situation?
- What are your expectations regarding promotions and salary expectations?
- What can you contribute to Pep Stores?
- Describe the difference between a manager and a leader?
When you’re responding to various Pep Store interview questions, it’s important to describe how your past experiences tie into the job description.
You should highlight experiences that showcase your transferable skills.
Your responses should demonstrate a commitment to the position and the company. It always helps to frame your answers in terms of what value you can add to the company.
To find out more about careers at Pep Stores, visit www.pepstores.com