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What is the interview process like?

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Target asks you simple and typical questions such as "how would you handle this situatuon?" and a few days later, they'll give you a call and you show up for orientation which is where they just insure youre all set to work for them by checking your background. Then in a few days, you're hired and begin training.

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Interviewed for Flow Team Member. Simple questions. “Tell me about a time when _____”. If they don’t offer you the job right after your interview, it’s very likely you didn’t make the cut.

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What do you. Do in outbound

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Very thorough, and to the point....very professional.

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What does a Apparel & Accessories Team Member do?

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I just had an interview two days ago. The first interview was 4 scenareo questions you answer with past experiences i.e(a difficult task you had to complete) (name a time you were given a task you did not agree with, how did you react) The second are a mix "what would you do if..." I applied for A&A so one of my questions was "If you saw a "guest" examining clothes and looking for a long time how would you approach them/ and how would you drive a sale?" They give you a paper to fill out where you select specific holidays you will or will not be able to work (Thanksgiving, Christmas etc) And a new thing they are doing is an 'on floor activity' where they took me to the sales floor, the interviewer followed me around, telling me what they wanted. I had to make an outfit for a professional interview that I believed would look good on the guest. After the activity, they had an HR manager come in and do a job offer. There is no drug tests,)unless you are applying for security or truck driver.)only a background check. All in all it was really fun, and the management team did an amazing job at making me feel comfortable (as I am a nervous wreck). I was told this was a new style of interviewing they are trying out (mostly the on floor activity) so good luck with your interview!

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A litlle bit nerve wrecked, but I was relax. If they didn't accept me, they just missed a hard serious dependable person like me.

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I had two interviews in one day. Basically, they review your application and discuss the position you applied for. Then, the interviewer(s) tell you detailed, real-life scenarios and ask for your reaction.

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Looking to work as a cashier or customer service have a lot of experience working with a customer used to work at retail store

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I had two interviews in one day. They reviewed my application, specifically my work experience and time availability. Most of the questions asked were based on realistic situations in academic and work settings.

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