The interview process was long. I was kept waiting for 30 min for my interview. No one kept me up to date & when I addressed the interviewer about the 30 min wait, an apology didn’t come until later.
The process was otherwise easy - the initial information was relayed, you filled out a case study, took a driver road test & if you passed the road test went on to HR. But the entire process was 4 hours. I allotted an hour in my schedule according to the recruiter - I didn’t expect 4 hours which is a huge difference of time.
You will first do a driving test then they will ask you a few questions and talk about the company
Pretty easy. Ask questions on previous employment and how you can contribute to the team and what your looking for at this place.
Answered - Warehouse Worker (Former Employee) - St. Johns, MI
Weather or not you can do this type of work.
Answered - Auditor Shipping & Receiving (Former Employee) - Little Rock, AR
Quick and easy. Especially if you ha EA prior experience in that line of work. Such as C&S Wholesale etc...
About an hour total. First got tour of entire warehouse and got explained all the operations. Then last 15 min was office interview answering questions.
First they emailed me to verify still interested in job, then they called for 5 min phone interview to explain job details, then set date in person for interview for 5 days later at the warehouse.
It was good
Answered - Warehouseman (Current Employee) - Orlando, FL