They asked what I had experience in
Answered - Cashier, Liquor Clerk, Produce (Former Employee) - Lemon Grove, CA
Meet with the manger. Asked questions. They asked when can i start.
Answered - Courtesy Clerk (Former Employee) - Northridge, CA
The interview process is simple and generic
Answered - Retail Manager (Former Employee) - Queen Creek, AZ
Wasn't hard or extensive at all
Answered - Produce worker (Former Employee) - Palmetto, FL
My interview was getting info saying in hired if I want the job at bakery and accept Its union and accept the 10.70 hour pay n next day watch videos n pass test after watching them
Ok, like any other interview
Answered - Overnight Stocker (Former Employee) - Roswell, NM
The interview process was very professional. Lots of questions and scenarios asked. Above all the employer wanted to see my eagerness and commitment to start the job.
Answered - Courtesy Clerk (Former Employee) - Mesa, AZ
Process is easy and only two days long. you interview in person, then watch a few educational videos. after that, you schedule a 3 hour time out of your day to do online training for your position.
Answered - Liquor Store Clerk (Former Employee) - Williston, ND
Mine was short and sweet.
Answered - Customer Service (Current Employee) - McCall, ID
Lengthy. Took a long time to hear back.
Answered - Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) - Yuma, AZ