Very indepth questions
Interviews are held on sales floor, very energetic and friendly.
Answered - Lead Manager (Current Employee) - Fort Wayne, IN
It was in store I was asked a lot of in depth questions about my skills and my place in the company.
Answered - Sales Lead/Key Holder (Former Employee) - Evansville, IN
Quick, on the sales floor. Very generic.
Answered - Leader (Current Employee) - Killeen, TX
Very laid back, the manager new what he wanted out of a potential employee.
Answered - Freight Coordinator (Former Employee) - Macon, GA
Very informal which I really liked, you get asked basic questions but it's more so for the manager to see what type of person you are and to check your personality out.
Answered - Teammate (Current Employee) - Charlottesville, VA
I was the seamstress at this store. I was part time only. I was recommended for the position by the previous seamstress.
Answered - Seamstress (Former Employee) - Salt Lake City, UT
The interview process is informal, stand right outside of the store and interview with a leader first and if you make it passed the first interview then you interview with the store manager later that week.
Answered - Part-Time Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Chandler, AZ
The interview is on the store floor. It was really comfortable and they just asked why you wanted to work for them, your plans for life and just basic stuff, nothing complicated.
Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Charlotte, NC
My interview was kinda short with a lot of questions. Asking my work experience and how I can communicate or how I deal with certain situations.
Answered - Sales Associate (Current Employee) - Salem, OR