The interview process was really a positive experience. Full disclosure on pay, commission, and benefits and asked excellent questions looking for a good fit.
The interview process has 2 parts but both are very laid back and make you feel comfortable.
Answered - Pricing Coordinator (Former Employee) - Dunwoody, GA
Easy, straight forward
Answered - Stock Associate (Former Employee) - North Olmsted, OH
Quick, direct to the point, very relaxed.
Answered - Floor Personnel (Former Employee) - Spartanburg, SC
Interview process is very well organized. You will meet with several managers as well as HR. A good mix of behavior based questions and resume/work history based questions.The Sr. Director is based on site so that adds an extra level of detail to the interview.
Answered - Manager (Current Employee) - Dillon, SC
Quick and easy
Answered - Warehouse and Stock management (Current Employee) - Fall River, MA
It was very casual. I really think they need to ask the person interviewing for the job, if they know anything about tools and what is expected of them to know about the tools.
Very easy and quick
Answered - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) - Charter Township of Clinton, MI
Was basically told policies and didn't get a "regular" interview
Answered - Retail cashier (Former Employee) - California
They wanted to know what my experience was, and what I would bring to the table. Afterwards, we shared experiences and showed how the interviewer and myself have both had some similar experiences, which helped in getting me hired.
Answered - Sales (Former Employee) - Tulsa, OK 74129