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Not difficult. Did take mouth swab on site, no prior warning given.

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My brother who has worked at the company for 30+ years said they were short handed. I went to introduce myself and ended up with my first interview.

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I was interviewed the same day I applied.

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No room for advancement, No benefits. Not a lot of hours.

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It would be suggested that he or she hold off on the hair color, keep the piercings in until they've had the interview, that way they are recognized as the same person who originally came in. If they qualify for the job after the interview we would have dialogue about the hair and piercings then.

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Not typically, I was hired after mine but it doesn’t always mean you’re going to be hired

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I cannot remember specifics but they were basic questions on what you would do in certain situations really.

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Most Safeways no longer employ strictly maintenance workers on a store level. You would be hired as a courtesy clerk, and expected to not only perform maintenance but bag groceries, help customers, and retrieve buggies. The process for interviewing for such a position is similar to any interview-you’ll be asked about your previous work experience, your willingness to follow dress code, and given a saliva-based drug test.

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The interview is a formality. You're hired.

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