A recruiter, who either lies or is clueless, answers questions. The job was posted as full time, but turns out to be 20 hours. No mileage is paid!!! its a lie...they only pay mileage if you travel over 60...and do not pay drive time from your house to your first store. [ya will be driving every day to a store , some over 50 miles from your house]. No benefits. complicated on line training. But, its an easy interview since they are always hiring because eveyone is lied to so they quit.
The recruiter handles the entire process via telephone. She gave me incorrect information on the job. Once, I was hired, I found out that what I was hired for was different than what the recruiter and told me. Also, they refuse to negotiate salary and they do not reimburse for items needed to to the job. You end up putting in more time than you are paid for.
It was an easy process
Answered - Food Demonstrator (Former Employee) - Seattle, WA
Very easy over the phone
Answered - Event Specialist (Former Employee) - Tampa, FL
Very Easy, They focus on you and they train you if you are weak in areas that you need to feel confident in! very supportive company!
Answered - Nutrition Consultant & Marketing (Current Employee) - Houston, TX
The interview process is very easy. They ask you if you like to work around people and can get along with others in a tight space when it comes to cleaning up in the kitchen.
Answered - Event Specialist (Former Employee) - Corpus Christi, TX
Pretty standard customer service job interview.
Answered - Sample Maker (Former Employee) - Fairbanks, AK
Great it went slow at first but when I got in it was great...
Answered - demoing clean up saleeee (Former Employee) - Pineville, NC
It was a phone interview. I never met my supervisor in person.
Answered - Retail Merchandiser (Former Employee) - Plano, TX
Extremely extensive and thorough.