It is a group interview they ask you what you know about the company, if you've ever shopped in the store and get to know who you are. She asked basic interview questions and situational questions. Then you pick out an outfit and accessories and describe why you picked it for the given scenario.
Basic retail interview questions and then picking out an outfit and trying to sell it to who is interviewing as if they were a customer.
They ask the basic retail questions- What would you do in this situation; if a customer asked you this how would you respond. Then you are required to build an outfit to show how to accessorize.
Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Meridian, ID
Easy as pie. Asked basic scripted questions. If you have more personality than a robot and decent style (yes, you will be profiled) you've got the job.
Answered - Assistant Store Manager (Former Employee) - Columbia, MO
Simple, submit resume, sit and talk. A lot of situational questions.
Answered - Sale Associate/Cashier (Former Employee) - Brinton Lake, PA
Basic interview questions.
What makes you feel fit for the company?
What do you know about the company?
Your favorite accessory.
Role Playing customer service
Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Tucson, AZ
The manager had me come into the store, she gave me some scenarios where I had to pick a work outfit, including jewelry, from the store.
Answered - Seasonal Associate (Former Employee) - Scottsdale, AZ
Basically they get to know who you are, and what made you choose the job.
Answered - Customer Service and Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Bossier City, LA
Answered - Co store manager (Current Employee) - Palm Beach Gardens, FL
Basic interview, asked about previous work history as manager and ran through customer/ employee scenarios .
Answered - Assistant store (Former Employee) - Salisbury, MD