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I applied on www.indeed.com. I was sent a link to schedule an interview. I did but the day before my interview, I got a call and they set up an interview for another department. I got to my interview:
First part I was told about the job, hours, pay, etc. Next I was asked normal interview questions.
Second part I was asked more questions by another person.
Third part The first interviewer came back in to offer me the position.
Fourth part I filled out some paperwork on the computer. Next you have to fill out information for the background check ( make sure you know all your past jobs ( addresses phone numbers) and addresses for last 10 years). Then I was given the paperwork for my drug test and the email to send a picture of my diploma, transcript and a pay stub and sent on my way. I got an email the next day asking for more information for my background check. I'm waiting for training to start now.

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I applied online. The next day I got an email asking me to schedule an interview. Went to my interview and 1st I had to take an assessment. Than say with the interviewer who asked the normal interview questions than she passed me on to the manager, which he than interviewed me than passed me to the hiring official who offered me the position. I accepted gave 2 forms of ID and she submitted my background check. No drug test! Gave me my paperwork with my schedule and start date for training.

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Took over 3 hours

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Waaaayyy too long of an interview process. 3 to 4 hours to apply. Thats way too long for what they pay!

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Long as ever! Went in at 9am at 1pm. I got a job but the process is wayyyyy to long. No good seating area and people packed all over others on Wednesday, that’s their walk in day

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Strangest job interview ever. First off, it literally takes 3 hours. Passed the typing test and assessments with flying colors. Then had two interviews. First went well. 2nd interview was the strange part. Standard interview questions which was fine but for some reason I wasn’t offered a job. What a huge waste of time. I guess if I was wearing sweatpants and sounded uneducated I might’ve snagged it but it’s slim pickings out here in NW Missouri.

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The interview process was similar to that of a Hollywood "cattle call". The group interview is humiliating and demeaning, and childish to say the least. Looks like they are searching for a mass of new employees instead of the more qualified candidate. Keep searching people....

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The interview process for me took about 3 hours. You check in, are buzzed in and led to a computer where you take 2 more placement oriented tests. They determine if you have the basic skills. Once that's over you wait for someone to call you back for an interview. The interviewer will give you a basic tour, They ask alot of scenario questions pertaining to the job you are applying for and then after that interview you wait a bit longer. The interviewer will tell you if you got the job offer, they give you a few more details about the job, the location of your drug test, tells you you have 24 hours and you start filling out the background check information on line. Once your done with all the paperwork your good to go. That's how my interview in Mendota Heights went. It was a longer process than id thought it would be, but not much diffirent than any other interview.

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The interview is too long. I had to take the test twice before pass I g ir

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Took 5 hours for an interview

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