About 2 days, application process is a pain, interview almost instantly if you call.
Answered - SALES ASSOCIATE (Former Employee) - Natick, MA
About 3 days
Answered - Picker on Line (Former Employee) - Charlotte, NC
It took about two weeks max
Answered - Cashier, Customer Service Associate (Former Employee) - Eureka, CA
Fairly quick, took about at the most two weeks.
Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Rockaway, NJ
The hiring process was fairly simple, the only time consuming part is making sure you fill out the application properly, as one or two mistakes can get your application automatically placed in a "risky hire" portion of the hire portal
Answered - Assistant Store Manager (Former Employee) - Manassas, VA
It depends what you put on your resume and your experience
Answered - Warehouse Worker (Former Employee) - Charlotte, NC
It took me about 3 days to finish the hiring process. This included 2 interviews. One was with a supervisor and that was the formal interview, the next day was called back for more of a casual interview with the store manager. The 2nd interview is more used to gauge your personality and what kind of person you are. Then the next day was the paper work.
Answered - Sales Associate, Cashier (Former Employee) - West Covina, CA
I got hired at a temp agency and i put a job application in at the temp agency and they hired me at spencers
Answered - Picker/Packer (Former Employee) - Charlotte, NC
It took my awhile, only because I forgot my email log in. But other wise only 1 day. After your hired you go in and fill out w2 and any other paper work, then you can start whenever they want you too.
Answered - Sales associate (Current Employee) - Lynnwood, WA
For me personally, it only took a few weeks.
Once I had an interview the process took off from there and I had my first shift almost the same day as I got hired.
Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - North Attleboro, MA