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Very UNPROFESSIONAL. The Human Resources Office had no record of my appointment confirmation. I waited over 20 minutes for someone to show up in the office......do I really want to work here?

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Interview was pretty short & simply just back ground experience. Ask about availability. What can you bring & how would you sell a card

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The interviewer was a bit rude and didn't even ask me if I have any questions. I knew I wouldn't to work for a company like that

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The interview process for the call center is very straight foward. You go to the front desk and check in. In a few minutes they’ll take you to the back and have you answer some questions on a computer. Once you finish the questions you are brought back to the front to wait for the manager who is interviewing you. Once the manager is ready you are taken into a small room where the interview will take place. They typically will ask job related questions. Let you know about the position you applied for and what they look for to fill that position. Sometime they will offer you the job on the spot. The process can take anywhere from 30mins to an 1hr.

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Standard questions like What did you do on your last job? What do you think is customer service? Why do you want to work at Macy’s? The interview had two people, one asked questions and another was watching you as your answered. They took about 5 minutes to talk to each other privately and then I got hired for seasonal work at the fragrances department.

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Very cold interviewer. Late for appointment. Not very professional, she could not have been less bothered. We both knew there would be no offer.

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The managers were very friendly and they asked scenario based questions that were relevant to the job. You need to be friendly, approachable, experienced, and ready with the appropriate scenarios for your job. I met with two managers in a day which was a bit tiring with an interview that took over a hour, but I received an offer at the end.

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The professional skills managers and friendly

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Very well interviewed.

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Very chilled. Talked on the phone for about 10 mins; just be sure to talk in detail about the questions asked and talk about your prior experiences.

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