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What is the interview process like?

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For me it was very relaxed interview. Met the DAM atone of the stores . She went over the job and expectations and hired me on the spot.

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It is easy and nonstressful for an interbiew but then it took between 5 to 6 weeks for their background check and everything. I believe that it would have been quicker if i would have applied to be a FBI AGENT. Iam setious no BULLCRAP

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Fair and informative.

Answered - EHS/Utility Man/Machine Operator (Current Employee) - Philadelphia, PA

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It was a job performance based hire. Worked there for 90 days and they keep you on if outstanding worker. I stayed on until I left due to moving to Florida.

Answered - Warehouse stacker (Former Employee) - Maumelle, AR

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Mostly questions about excel and where you see yourself in 10 years.

Answered - Regional Sales Analyst (Current Employee) - Wilkes-Barre, PA

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Interview with HR, senior HR
Interview with potential Manager, interviw with potential Manager's Manager

Answered - Project Leader Global Commercial, EE&CA (Current Employee) - Kyiv, Ukraine

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Horribly long, takes over a month

Answered - Merchansider (Current Employee) - FLorida

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Submit application and resume via web site.
Phone call interview
In-Person interview with one of the leadership team.
2nd in-person interview with hiring department management.
Interview questions have very little to do with the actual job you are being interviewed for. Mostly character questions and how you would handle certain situations if hired.

Answered - Sales Service Coordinator (Current Employee) - Wilkes-Barre, PA

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The interview isn't hard at all. Most hiring managers ask if you're physically capable to do the job effectively. For the most part, the only time you will get to sit down is when you're driving to your next store and if you decide to take a break. (Yes, you can essentially take a break whenever you want to.)

Then you will talk with your a director manager whom you will be in contact with often through email. Once you get here, you are more than likely hired for the job. Next, you'll meet your team manager (Sr SR) and coworkers.

If you are completely new to being a merchandiser, some managers will allow you to shadow someone from the team for the day. This can also a part of the interview process. Just to show you what you'll be doing. That person will help with your training, until it's time for you to have your own route.

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