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The length of the interview/hiring process and the steps involved vary depending on the position and the specific circumstances. We sometimes hold same-day open-house hiring events at stores where applicants are hired on the spot, while at other times and for other positions, the process can take up to several weeks. The steps also depend on the specific position, but they always include completion of an application either online or on paper, at least one and possibly several in-person interviews, and a pre-employment background check and drug screen.

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I agree that it’s a sinking ship. They don’t care about their employees at all. Will use you up only until you are no longer any use to them.

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Instead of the constant negative feedback from management at every visit to a store try to give more positive.

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As a former manager of 15+ years you will not be paid your worth. They have far too many expectations with low pay. Not worth the stress and bullying from district “mentors”. They are far from mentors.

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The location I work at, we work 9 to 10 hour days, 6 days a week.

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The length of the interview/hiring process and the steps involved vary depending on the position and the specific circumstances. We sometimes hold same-day open-house hiring events at stores where applicants are hired on the spot, while at other times and for other positions, the process can take up to several weeks. The steps also depend on the specific position, but they always include completion of an application either online or on paper, at least one and possibly several in-person interviews, and a pre-employment background check and drug screen.

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Part-time employees enjoy a generous discount on all products sold through our stores and website, participation in the company 401(k) plan with employer match, and full access to our Employee Assistance Program. Full-time employees receive those benefits in addition to medical/dental/vision insurance (with employee contribution), company-paid life and disability insurance, paid maternity and paternity leave, and paid holidays and vacation.

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Yes, around 40-60 lbs

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Slacks, nice shirts, dress shoes. An apron that looks like you work in a restaurant.

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Business casual and pants had to be black

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