Got interview by district manager he asked a couple of questions regarding my last employees and a couple of other questions and on two he liked my responses and talked a little bit more and he said you know what you got the job I like you and you’re attitude..and next he said it would take like 2 to 4 days to add me to the system and then the next step would be me taking my id and social and he’ll train me... but wouldn’t they need my I’d and social right there to add me to the system?? I’m confused did I get the job
Previous work experience, how well can yu work under pressure, can yu multi-task, can yu work without supervision, can yu work on a fix schedule, can yu work under minimum wage
Answered - Lead Sales Associate (Former Employee) - New York, NY
A Normal interview process.
Answered - Sales Representative,store manager (Former Employee) - Bryan, TX
Laid back. Mandated questions.
Answered - Store Manager (Current Employee) - St. Louis, MO
The interview process was easy much like working for he company the manager was super professional and laid back at the same time, he's the type of guy to unforce the rules but in a nice way
Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Tacoma, WA
I knew the girl from high school so it was relaxed, but professional. She was the general manager, who know longer works there for different reasons then I.
Answered - Sales Representative (Former Employee) - Eureka, MO
Short and rushed
Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Fargo, ND
They just ask questions to see how well you will fit in the company. It was easy . I got the job less than 2 days after the interview. Just be yourself and you can get it.
Answered - Sales Representative (Current Employee) - Bronx, NY
The interview was easy going. the people there was really nice.
Answered - Sales Rep/ Manager (Former Employee) - Dublin, GA
There is an interview held on location with a top manager via Skype with a secondary interview with one of the store managers. A lot can be gathered based on the response of the store manager. They are a good indicator of one's ability to be hired.
Answered - Sales Advocate (Former Employee) - Dublin, GA