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It took me 3 weeks to get an interview. You go through 3 interviews, 1. With the department manager for which department you applied, 2. With a store manager, and 3. Your last interview will be with an HR manager. From there, you will know immediately if you have the job because they will give you a drug test consent. If you pass, orientation is 8 hours and they do feed you. Your first two days of work, you will be working on the computer doing training.

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If I had management skills, and some other small things.

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Yes, I'll be very thrilled to work full time with this company.

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For me personally,I find it much more efficient with an phone interview.

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Not knowing whether that you'll have a job one year ( or as of lately one quarter) to the next, due to certain austerity measures such as restructuring/ cutting entire departments, outsourcing companies to perform tasks formerly done by associates, terminating full time long tenured associates.

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Hours are not bad. unless you dont want to work

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Be more understanding when employees are sick & cant get to the dr again for a note

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Ask a lot of questions and listen to employees to find out what they want or don’t want, what they need or don’t need, and how they can be most successful; then add what you need, fix what’s broken, and kill whatever broken and outdated policies you can. Communication is very important, recognize your employees.

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