I had a phone interview with a recruiter then an in person interview with the manager. That particular manager didn't hire me but sent my resume and application to 2 other managers who already had expectations of hiring me and one hired me on the spot.
I got called from a recruiter as I am a retired driver of 33 years . She asked questions in a phone interview. Then recommended me to the local manager who I met and asked the same questions.
3 interviews in total. First over he phone with a hiring manager. Second in person with the store manager. Third over the phone with district manager.
Ridiculously tedious and long. In two positions, had to endure 5 interviews with panels of individuals. Even after being an employee for 2 years, had to endure another 5 interviews for an internal promotion.
Answered - Zero (Current Employee) - Plano, TX
More than one interview is requested, first with centerms managers then the district manager. Then you need to be able to pass a drubbing test and background.
Answered - Lead Center Consultant (Current Employee) - Millbrae, CA
It's fairly straight forward and easy to get a job here
I was interviewed by the person who would have been my boss. Except she quit the company 4 days after I was hired.
A phone interview, an in person interview with center manager and the district manager.
Answered - Center Customer Coordinator/ Packing and Shipping (Former Employee) - Mason, OH
Simple and friendly.
Answered - Senior Support Consultant (Current Employee) - St. Louis, MO
Just like any other California company, you have two interviews, then a offer letter then you accept and start your job.