The process is OKAY, it's basically a in and out process.
It isn't the easiest interview I've had but not the hardest. I did a few minutes with the manager over the phone and she asked me to come in. Typical questions were asked such as asking about your previous experience and questions regarding situations you may encounter in the workplace.
Answered - Store Manager (Current Employee) - Hoboken, NJ
Behavioral based questions.
Answered - Shift Supervisor (Current Employee) - DeKalb, IL
Phone interviewed, then with the SM. Typical questions asked.
Answered - Horizon Hill & Callaghan - Barista (Current Employee) - San Antonio, TX
Nonexistent. The turn-over rate is insane here, if you get into HR you're guaranteed the job.
Answered - Barista/Cashier (Current Employee) - Sparks, NV
Extensive. Multiple interviews with higher management. Including coffee tastings, action plans, interview process.
Answered - Store Manager (Current Employee) - Denver, CO
Not formal but frowned on if you don't dress more on the formal side. Typical interview questions with attention to quick sales and suggested sales. There were the odd questions that made you thinks like how many uses for a brick and what part of a cheeseburger would you be. Be confident and positive about your ability to execute the job while dressed is a dress shirt/tie and slacks with a nice shoes and hair pulled back/styled and you should be golden.
Answered - Barista (Former Employee) - Post Falls, ID
One on one interview. just be honest and yourself, if you're a good fit, they'll know.
Answered - BARISTA (Former Employee) - Huntersville, NC
The interview process isn't as bad as everyone make it seem to be depending on who is interviewing you its pretty easy if your there for the right reasons
Answered - Barista (Former Employee) - 1110 vermont ave