It was 2 hours . There were 7 of us. Ask basic questions then each of us was given a scenario , we had to create a outfit and explain how this outfit would be the best look for the scenario. Ask more basic questions. Was then ask if we had any questions. People in my group didn’t like the interview process cause you could tell who the interviewer liked and didn’t like.
It lasted about 45 minutes long. They’ll ask you about yourself, and some questions about customer service and “what would you do” scenarios. After questions, we had ten minutes to pick out an outfit based on what was in trend and then explain why we picked it and how we would sell it to a customer.
The group interview was simply amazing, I bonded with a few individuals who also got hired very quickly. For this part, we had about 4 minutes to find a complete outfit from head to toe and had to explain why we chose it and the best outfit was picked.
Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Locust Grove, GA
Intersting to compare yourself to other candidates
Answered - SALES ASSOCIATE (Current Employee) - Toms River, NJ
I didn't have to do the group interview just orientation but I heard that they ask you to choose an idea outfit you would wear while timed.
Answered - Retail Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Garland, TX 75040
Not too different from individual interviews when it comes to questions but you get the benefit of breaks between questions to compose yourself.
Answered - Merchandiser (Former Employee) - North Branch, MN
Easy an fun
Answered - Sales Associate (Current Employee) - Manhattan, NY
It was great! Took a little stress off of the whole interview process. We also did activities that gave each of us an opportunity to show what we can bring to the table. They were also professional about it, and called each of us into different rooms to discuss further interviews with us.
Answered - Cash Handler and Sales Associate (Current Employee) - Kansas City, KS
Very fast , not organized
Answered - Merchandise Specialist (Current Employee) - Louisville, KY
They ask if I go to school and they would look to find a way to schedule you so you could always be working. They would ask why u picked the job my answer was I picked the job to learn more about fashion and help people out with anything and to make sure to be good attempt everything I do so people would visit again.
Answered - Cashier (Former Employee) - Burbank, CA