The process can vary by what type of position you are interviewing for and also the preference of the manager. However, the typical process would be to have a phone screen/phone interview with one of our recruiters or the hiring manager as a first step, and then come in for a face-to-face interview. This interview would be with the manager and/or some other members of the team. Sometimes there may be a second face-to-face interview with other individuals, either possible peers or a higher level manager.
Answered by Graybar Electric Company, Inc.
Quick and simple
Answered - Delivery Driver (Former Employee) - San Diego, CA
Very rigorous interview process. Multiple level of supervisors as well as written as well as verbal testing.
Answered - CSR-Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) - Dallas, TX
The phone interview is stress free, face to face interview- be prepared for the unexpected. Extensive background check. You could be quite the ideal candidate but lose the opportunity if you don't provide accurate information in your employment history which can be completely irrelevant to the position applying for. Be ready to dig up old employment history documentation. The company risks losing potential great employees due to "possible disqualification".
Phone, the several face to face.
Answered - Regional Zone Warehouse Manager (Former Employee) - Lewisville, TX
Painless. There are usually 1 or two interviews, normally with your immediate supervisor and the branch manager, depending on what position you are applying for.
Answered - Quotation's Specialist (Current Employee) - Minneapolis, MN