How to get a job at Jos. A. Bank Clothiers.

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Do you work at Jos. A. Bank Clothiers? How did you find the job? How did you get that first interview?

Any advice for someone trying to get in?

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Jack Carrazzo in Providence, Rhode Island

48 months ago

Your job postings show positions in Smithfield. It is my understanding that this site has been closed for some time. Is their plans to reopen.

I recently have applied and have not received any correspondence.

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tyrese in Fowlerville, Michigan

11 months ago

Host said: Do you work at Jos. A. Bank Clothiers? How did you find the job? How did you get that first interview?

Any advice for someone trying to get in?[/QUO

Don't even think about it! Management is very unappropriated at many times. If you can bare not being trained for your job and instead listening to there problems instead and you can get them off the phone to answer your questions. GO FOR IT! However, you might want to be independent as well, all I can say is keep your job at McDonalds to support yourself. Customers are awesome. Very freindly

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tyrese in Fowlerville, Michigan

11 months ago

Jack Carrazzo in Providence, Rhode Island said: Your job postings show positions in Smithfield. It is my understanding that this site has been closed for some time. Is their plans to reopen.

I recently have applied and have not received any correspondence.

Do not wait for correspondence from this Company! Get another job that has more moral and pay! Management does not care about employees! So many people quite at the same time you are always making up for someone else.

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