Was one day process for me taking 4 Hours. Sometimes they take a long time and then don't follow through. Depends on each manager and there work ethic. Some will have you come in and do work and then not follow through with the position as a whole wasting qualified candidates time..
Answered - Director of Retail Planning & Allocations (Former Employee) - Manhattan Beach, CA
Interview isn't too extensive honestly. They will ask you typical things like what you plan to do in your future. As long as you go in looking clean cut, you will most likely get the job. Don't be afraid, it's just skechers.
Answered - Floor Supervisor (Current Employee) - California
The interview process was very professional. The hiring manager was very courteous and passionate about his position. They asked a lot of questions such as; why I wanted to work at a retail store and about my previous experiences.
Answered - Assistant Manager (Former Employee) - Glendale, AZ
Relaxed but formal.
Answered - ASSISTANT MANAGER (Current Employee) - Newark, DE
You apply online than you will get a call to set a phone interview is you can pass that one a second interview will done with the District Leader.
Answered - Store Manager (Former Employee) - San Diego County, CA
One on one, competence is measured by ones passion
Answered - Sales Associate/Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) - 34th st. Manhattan, 10001
Standard questions you find at any retail job.
Answered - 2nd Assistant Manager (Current Employee) - California
Good honest questions and reasonable people
Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Houston, TX
Long and pointless
Answered - 1ST Assistant Manager (Current Employee) - Las Vegas, NV
Fairly simple, standard questions, no surprises
Answered - Sales Associate (Current Employee) - Toronto, ON