About my exsperies
I'm sure I'm gonna have to just expect the
Unexpected that's all and just be ready
For anything that comes my way...
My interview for seasonal cashier was a group interview, about 30 minutes long and they called a few hours later to offer the job.
I was interviewed alone and after was shown around the place took about an hour.
You will have to apply from a staffing agency and they will be the ones that will sent you out for the assignments and also set up a date for your orientation with the new hires.
Answered - picker, packer, replenisher (Former Employee) - West Valley City, UT
Easy I walked in and asked about a job, pretty much got hired on the spot
Answered - beauty advisdor/make up artist (Current Employee) - Vancouver, WA
Just basic interview questions
Answered - Beauty Advisor (Former Employee) - Hiram, GA
The interview process is usually two separate events; one being with a group, and the second being a followup with the store director, specialist (co-manager) and/or the district manager, depending on the position.
The questions are tailored to your previous work experience and what you can bring to the company should you be hired. It is a very comfortable experience and you feel very at home interviewing. They take interest in you as a person, and learn how you would react in certain situations and how you have handled troubleshooting, client issues, or work related issues in the past. They dig deep, but it never feels uncomfortable.
Answered - Director of Education (Current Employee) - Yonkers, NY
You receive two interviews if they choose to select you. The first may be a group interview with the assistant store manager. The second is with the store manager and they basically want to know why Sephora and what makes Sephora different and unique from its competitors. It was a pretty easy interview the most difficult part was actually getting called for an interview.
Answered - Cashier (Current Employee) - Cranston, RI