I love sales I am a people person
Quick and easy.
Answered - Sales Manager (Former Employee) - Smyrna, GA
A lot of role playing
Answered - Sales Associate / Cashier (Former Employee) - Elizabeth, NJ
I interviewed for distribution center in Dixon ,CA. I went through phone screening then they scheduled me a face to face interview..the very next working day I received an email saying they were not choosing me to.move foward..I would really like to know why not? So I can up.my game..I have a forklift license and the experience.i have worked for army Depot with great references I didn't understand .I'm so fustrated with job searching...uggghhh! I feel I did pretty good I'm the f2f interview I just want someone to.tell me what I'm doing wrong ...I have worked my entire life with exception of these past two years and that's becuz I gave birth to my only child she came almost three months early 28 weeks so we spent a few short months that in NICU at UC Davis hospital but now that she's ok I just Wana get back to work..why is this so hard?
Easy going , simple for an associate position but for management 2 interviews with store manager and district manager .
Answered - Sales Lead Manager (Current Employee) - Las Vegas, NV
Answered - Assistant Manager (Former Employee) - Jackson, MI
It is thorough and very cordial.
Answered - Leader on Duty (Former Employee) - Osage Beach, MO
Easy, not difficult. With experience, you can answer the questions without any hesitation.
Answered - Store Manager (Former Employee) - Las Vegas, NV
You have to go through three interviews. You interviewe with two district managers and then the regional manager.
Answered - Retail Store Manager (Former Employee) - Marietta, GA
Over the phone by Another manger at a different store
Answered - Key Holder and Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Nashua, NH