First was a group interview, a one-on-one interview, and a final interview with the store manager.
I got an email 3 hours after i applied to attend an assessment centre 4 days later. at the assessment centre it was a group first; with icebreakers, what you think 5 responsibilities of a sales advisor are in a poster, design an outfit for a customer profile, then we got into a circle and they read out 10 scenarios and you had to answer them with what you would do. after this they took us in separately to do 1-1 interviews. overall the process was really chilled; everyone that was with was was really nice and i’m now just awaiting a response back (my interview was 2 days ago)
I had a phone interview, group interview, and then a final one-on-one interview with the store manager.
Being objective and to the point.
Interview process is straightforward, but not nerve wrecking. Can either be group or individual
The interview process is straightforward, but not nerve wrecking. Can either be group or individual
Answered - Sales Associate (Current Employee) - Greensboro, NC
Rigorous when I was hired, I had a phone interview then two other interviews. My store currently is experimenting with group interviews however.
Answered - Sales Associate (Current Employee) - New York, NY
Not only academics need to be priority for instant sharpness.
I had two interviews. The first was a phone screening. After that, they invited me to the store the store for a face to face interview with two managers. The staff and managers were super cool and made sure I felt really comfortable.
There really wasn't one it was app and then a phone call to let you know if you were hired or not then a safety film and off to work.
Answered - Owner/ Operator (Former Employee) - Jacksonville, FL