Took me I believe a month with everything. Once I had an interview I got an email a few days later to submit the forms for the background check. Once the background check came back clean they called me in for orientation.
Do a good interview show you can handle the job you are hired.It took me one day.
Answered - Stocker (Former Employee) - Raymore, MO
I applied waited two days and no reply, I went and talked to the hiring manager the next day and was schedule for an interview. Within two days after my interview I was called and told the job was mine and started the next day. Overall I would say about a week or less.
Takes about two months. You have to call them non stop if you actually want them to look at your application. Then they say that they will call you back but they never do so again you have to keep calling them to see when your interview is, one you get the interview then again they say they will call you back and never do, so your stuck having to waste more of your time and continue calling them, takes about a month for all that and once they finally call you in for you "first day" you sit at a computer for 4 hours and take about basically nothing. On you "2 day" you do the same thing it takes about another month before you are even on the floor doing any work whatsoever.
Answered - Cashier (Current Employee) - Gloversville, NY
It took two weeks
Answered - Front End Supervisor (Current Employee) - Glenmont, NY
Depends how quickly they move
Application a online test drug test orientation
Answered - Bakery Manager (Current Employee) - Niskayuna, NY
It took me about 2 weeks to get hired.
The steps are normal. Send in application, schedule an interview over the phone.
Answered - Cahier/Customer Service (Current Employee) - West Lebanon, NH
It usually does not take long to get hired, a couple weeks to a month tops. Once you get an interview, if you make a decent impression then it usually don't take long to get you in the system and start your computer based training, a week or two at most. One or two days of "crash course" training with current co-workers in department you are barely trained for.
Answered - Produce teammate (Former Employee) - West Carthage, NY
One ten minute interview
Answered - Front End Assistant (Current Employee) - Saratoga Springs, NY
Application, interview, orientation and training.
Answered - Front end supervisor (Former Employee) - Saint Albans, VT