You may be hired, and then find out at orientation, "oh no, you aren't hired".
Seems that a phone call between filling out all hiring paperwork and orientation to let one know that the offer was renigged would be appropriate. Especially, if you have already purchased black shirts, pants and shoes (uniform required for training period). Extremely unprofessional, disrespectful, and unorganized.
Interview was quick. The manager of the department I applied to left within a month of my hiring so they needed to fill her hours. I was given 1day of training for morning routine and 2days of training for closing routine which another employee commented that 2days of training was unheard of. So ask all the questions you can while you're able to because it's unlikely that coworkers in other departments will have any clue how to run your department.
Not long. You bring in ID, fill out the paperwork,start working, and they will do an orientation with you at some point.
Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Johnson City, TN
After my first interview I started working for the company within 10 days.
Answered - Prepared Foods Team Member (Former Employee) - Seminole, FL
Quick hiring process for entry level positions, longer for higher up positions. Not one of those places that interviews you four times though.
Answered - Front End & Human Resources Manager (Former Employee) - Carmel, IN
2 weeks max
Answered - Bulk Clerk (Former Employee) - Hoover, AL