When holding an interview what an employee the same person who started the interview should always finish the job with the employee not passed the buck on to another to finish the job
It was good I got hired on the spot
Answered - Cashier/Stock (Former Employee) - Wilmington, DE 19808
The interview was broken up between several sessions with different members of Management. The process was conversational, and fluid.
Answered - customer service, handle monies, customer service (Former Employee) - Bellingham, MA
Quick and easy.
Answered - Front end specialist (Former Employee) - Allentown, PA
Friendly. they don't try to intimidate you or throw you curve balls. very straight forward.
Answered - Associate (Current Employee) - Williston, VT
Informative about the job requirements. No pressure and polite hiring managers.
Answered - Retail Sales Associate (Current Employee) - Virginia Beach, VA
Very relaxed. I felt totally comfortable.
Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Foxborough, MA
It was an hour interview, one -on-one. Breaking down the store and the duties i would preform.
Answered - SALES ASSOCIATE (Current Employee) - Egg Harbor Twp, NJ
Very fast, and easy