I didn't have an interview
Answered - better bakery lead (Current Employee) - Caseyville, IL
For me it started off with a short 10 minute interview of mostly yes or no questions. Then the guy gave me a tour of the part of the plant i would be working at. After the tour i was taken back to the employment office to finish the rest of the paperwork and do the physical and urine drug test. I was offered the job right after the tour, everything happened on the same day.
If you've never worked there before you would more then likely be hired on the spot well at least back when I was there but now I heard they call you in for interview and tell you they'll call you back then tell you to reapply in 30 days instead of sending you that email saying there not interested waisting people's time at least that's what 3 people told me that recently
Answered - Production Worker (Former Employee) - Logansport, IN
I didn't have to interview
Answered - Assymbly line cleaner (Former Employee) - Chicago, IL
Applied got the interview on the spot
Answered - Grinder Operator (Former Employee) - Sedalia, MO
I had a first interview and a second interview. The second interview was with a manger who hired me on.
Answered - Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee) - Davenport, IA
The interview process was done in the hiring mangers office with about six other people, they hired all of us that day. They let me pick what shift I wanted. We proceeded to do a drug and background test right after our interviews.
Answered - Production line (Former Employee) - Robards, KY
Answered - Hi-lo driver (Former Employee) - Zeeland, MI
Answered - Warehouse Manager (Current Employee) - Dakota City, NE
The interview process is basic on what type of questions they ask and how we will react on the questions.
Answered - Cashier (Former Employee) - Columbus Junction, IA