I shouldn't take more than 10 days.
About a week
Hired on the spot. Started the next week.
A week or so, online application and then a representative calls and interviews on the phone and then an interview in person at the store.
Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Keene, NH
It took about two weeks to get hired after I dropped off my application. Once I was hired, I went in for training in the registers and just maintaining the store.
Answered - Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) - Tiverton, RI
About a week
Answered - Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) - Rochester, NH
A week, interview with two store managers. Very straightforward.
Answered - Customer Service Associate (Current Employee) - Woonsocket, RI
2 months for a call and two weeks for a interview
Answered - Cashier (Current Employee) - Westminster, MA
I believe it took 1 interview and then is started training the next day
Answered - Key holder, Cashier and stock (Former Employee) - Delran, NJ
It could take a matter of hours up to a day. You have a phone interview with a recruiter, if they like you they set you up with an interview with a store manager. Once the store manager asks if you want the job they just put your information into the computer and you can start right away. Training happens on the job
Answered - Customer Service Associate (Current Employee) - Westfield, MA