It was very short and sweet.
Answered - SALES ASSOCIATE (Former Employee) - 1960 at Miles Road
The interview process was as expected.
Answered - Hardlines Manager (Former Employee) - Melbourne, FL
Very specific regarding sales ability
Answered - Sales Team and Softlines Team Manager (Former Employee) - Wellington, FL
They chose different types of interviews depending on what the demand was. I was in a group.
Answered - Hi-Visual Merchandiser (Former Employee) - San Jose, CA
Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Vancouver, WA
Easy nothing too professional
Answered - Assistant Apparel Manager (Lead) (Former Employee) - Las Vegas, NV
Three interviews for the position, one assistant,the store manager, then a district manager.
Answered - Store Manager (Former Employee) - Langhorne, PA
Interview process was fairly straight forward and brief. They were a bit desperate for people so they weren't very strict about hiring.
Answered - SALES ASSOCIATE (Former Employee) - Denver, CO
The interview process was easy. There were questions about product knowledge, trying to gauge your interest in working for a sporting goods company. They asked about your competitive fire, because you would have to compete with co workers for sales. Once happy with both of these processes there was a second interview with the store manager.
Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Baltimore, MD
The manager asked me about myself and my availability. She then officially hired me and told me to bring documents to finish the hiring process on my first day of work.
Answered - Sales Associate/Cashier (Former Employee) - Orlando, FL