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    Hi I have an induction at greggs in three weeks and have a few questions.

    1) How do I dress (I'm a girl)
    2) What do I need to take with me.
    3) Greggs have emailed me some forms to fill in and asked for me to email them back with them completed. How do I complete them then email them?


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    (Original post by Katiepotaty)
    Hi I have an induction at greggs in three weeks and have a few questions.

    1) How do I dress (I'm a girl)
    2) What do I need to take with me.
    3) Greggs have emailed me some forms to fill in and asked for me to email them back with them completed. How do I complete them then email them?


    I don't work at Greggs, so I can't say for sure about any of the questions, especially number two, but for the other two:

    1) I'd dress smartly. Skirt and blouse or trousers etc. something like that.
    3) Print the documents and fill them in. Then scan them using the printer and upload them onto the computer, naming the files something appropriate. Then, write the email and attach the completed documents.

    Hope this helps in some way!
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    (Original post by Katiepotaty)
    Hi I have an induction at greggs in three weeks and have a few questions.

    1) How do I dress (I'm a girl)
    2) What do I need to take with me.
    3) Greggs have emailed me some forms to fill in and asked for me to email them back with them completed. How do I complete them then email them?


    I have my induction tomorrow, I asked the woman at my interview and she said to wear casual clothes, just everyday clothes. I'm not sure what I'm taking, apart from the heath assessment form I had to complete in the post. About the emails, I just opened them in word, completed them and sent them as attatchments to the email address they told me to send it to in the email. Hope I helped x
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    (Original post by jh240698)
    I have my induction tomorrow, I asked the woman at my interview and she said to wear casual clothes, just everyday clothes. I'm not sure what I'm taking, apart from the heath assessment form I had to complete in the post. About the emails, I just opened them in word, completed them and sent them as attatchments to the email address they told me to send it to in the email. Hope I helped x
    So just normal clothes like jeans and I top? I filled the health and safety form in. I realised when I went on my laptop that the forms were just word documents hahah thanks anyway x
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    (Original post by Katiepotaty)
    So just normal clothes like jeans and I top? I filled the health and safety form in. I realised when I went on my laptop that the forms were just word documents hahah thanks anyway x
    Yeah, the manager just said "just wear your joe bloggs" lol, I'll wear jeans and a top anyway, I hope its not too hot because I don't want to wear shorts in case they think I'm a **** hahah x
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    True I work at next at the moment and felt awkward wearing a skater skirt with no tights on the other day, where's your induction at?
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    Hello i just had a phone call from greggs and i got the job :-) soo happy about that.The woman told me that i have my induction on saturday.what do i expect from that? I heard something about a test,what kind of test is that? Im a bit nervous about that.also she said she will send me email with details and a form that i need to fill but i havent got any e mail its been two hours now.should i call back?
 
 
 
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