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How long does it take to get hired from start to finish? What are the steps along the way?

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It doesn't take long to get the job offer, but the waiting time for the background check has me waiting, on when to start, more than likely not been so busy. Don't stress out and think you didn't get the job just simply wait.

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Well I interviewed on Jan 23, 2018. Was offered the job as hub driver went through all 5 of 6 steps. (Was told the 6th step was for them to do MVR check and background) which I know were both good. And now all they are doing is blowing me off. Saying they have a new computer system dont know what happened, and I called them several times to redo the portal if I need too. They never email or call me back when I ask them too

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It took me almost a month to get started due to an MOVE (motor vehicle record). I started as a driver, so there was a bit more involved with my hiring. You interview then get an email and have to accept the position. Then you go to a fundamental class which could be a two week wait. Then you get four hours of computer based training and shadowing dependant on your managers needs.

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It takes about two weeks to get hired. Apply online. Take online assessment. Pass two interviews.

Answered - Parts Sales Manager (Current Employee) - Bellflower, CA

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It was at least a month. hiring was turned over to a nonhuman...got an email said conditional hire..10 or more days after interview..then it was at least 9 days after that for store manager to call to say class was next day. I could not make it so it was delayed two more weeks...and yeah. they called me day before I stared and said I needed to be in uniform...black pants red Polo Shirt black belt black shoes and black socks. I applied in march and started in may.

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First an online application, then an interview with the store manager.

Answered - Part Sales Manager (Former Employee) - Hialeah, FL

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As memory serves about 2 week process. It was a 2 or 3 stage interview process along with a base knowledge test.

Answered - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) - Cedar Rapids, IA

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Not long usually about 1 to 2 weeks.

Answered - Senior parts consultant (Current Employee) - Pembroke Pines, FL

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Hours in some cases

Answered - Parts Sales Manager (Former Employee) - All over the Chicago area

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