Why has Coople paused the right to work assessments?

In-person right to work assessments are paused in the United Kingdom to help slow the spread of COVID-19.

We follow the guidance of the government and public health experts to protect the health of our workers. As difficult as it may be in the short-term, we believe that taking this action will preserve Coople as a trusted platform to find rewarding work in the near future.

Can I do an online assessment?

With industries like hospitality, retail and events slowly recovering from the economic effects of the global pandemic, we decided to take a job-by-job approach for our online sessions.

Based on the current job openings in our platform, we are doing online right to work assessments for workers with a minimum of six months of experience in the following positions:

Warehouse handlers and operatives

Forklift drivers

Telesales agents

Customer service agents

If you want to book a right-to-work session for one of these positions, please send us an email with your CV to info@coople.com. We will be in touch with you as soon as possible. Unfortunately, we are not currently accepting bookings for any other positions.

When will there be online right to work sessions for other positions?

We are monitoring the situation globally. As soon as the situation changes, we will update you via our app, blog and email.

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