Bath & Body Works
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It took me about a week. The manager said she would call but when she didn't I called. She hired me over the phone and I did my paperwork the next day.

Answered March 9, 2020

Seasonal Part-timers only get 6 hours a week and if for that day they didn't make their sales plan, then you would only get 3 hours a week. It's not a good job to work for if that's your one and only job. But of you've been working as a regular part-timer (not seasonal), then you'll be getting at least 16 hours (depending on your Store Manager).To be honest, I don't think this is a great place to be working for.

Answered February 16, 2020

White collar shirts (short/long sleeves), jeans (regular/skinny), no opened toe shoes (unless they're heels), white blouse

Valentine's Day - pink shirts are allowed

Halloween - animal ears are allowed

Black Friday - black shirts (short/long sleeves) are allowed

Christmas Eve - red/green shirts are allowed

Answered February 16, 2020

Georgia, USA - You have to be 18 years old.

Answered February 16, 2020

The atmosphere is very friendly, busy, and current. Constant changes

Answered May 19, 2020

It's 2020, the policy has changed in Georgia, USA. The answer is yes to all different colors of hair dye and yes to tattoos (body art) being visible.

Answered February 16, 2020
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