You start with an interview with a store manager, then another store manager, the HR manager and then the district manager.
Answered - Area Manager (District Manager) (Former Employee) - New York, NY
It only take 3 Weeks. The application submit by my friendly. Next，
I get a phone interview. Then I get a face to face interview with the store manger. Then I get another phone interview with the district manger.
Answered - Cashier/Sales Associate (Current Employee) - Las Vegas, NV
It all depends on how you got the job.I known people already who work for the Company. So, I went to the Interview on Friday in Subways Restaurant . She told me what I have to do, and do I want the job.Then I filled out paper work at the Interview. Then I had to meet-up with the person , i will be working with in the field. I was working with him on Monday. I known him already, because I use to work for Bloomingdale's for 7 years. I know him for 3 years, because he use to come there 3 times a week.so, I started on Monday.
Answered - COACH (Former Employee) - New york ny
The hiring process takes far too long. A candidate must first be interviewed by a member of the management team, then the store manager, and then the District manager. Once all of those interviews are completed, the process speeds up a bit, but coordinating schedules to meet with the DM tends to be quite difficult.
Answered - Assistant Manager (Former Employee) - Uncasville, CT
2- 3 weeks
Answered - Sales Associate (Current Employee) - City of Sunrise, FL
It depends on the job , some positions you are hired immediately
Answered - Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) - Jacksonville, FL
Sent in resume in December and was not contacted until March of the next year. Long interview process that took 2 months.
Answered - Manager (Former Employee) - New York, NY