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What is the interview process like?

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The group interview were only 3 questions.

1. Why do you want to work here?
2. Describe a time when you gave good customer servie.
3. Describe a time when you had to work as a team.

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It was a group interview where two managers (or just higher ups) asked us what we could offer, what we know about the company (MAKE SURE YOU KNOW A FEW FACTS ABOUT THE COMPANY! THIS IS A PLUS) and what we liked about uniqlo.
If you don't know what to do, just act like you belong! Act like you already landed the job and be as friendly as possible.. smile a lot too. Hope this helps.

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They follow questions from a sheet of paper that scales out if u qualify or not. And they also see if ur available to close 2 days during the week and if u can work 1 weekend in order to work there.

Answered - Supervisor in Training (Current Employee) - Peabody, MA

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Fast and easy

Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - New York, NY 10103

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Very easy.

Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Queens, NY

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One solo interview and one group interview.

Answered - Sales Associate (Current Employee) - New York, NY

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Like any other interview, mainly group interviews.

Answered - Women's Floor Cash Wrap Supervisor (Former Employee) - New York, NY

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Easy if you do your research beforehand.

Answered - Sales & Stock Associate (Former Employee) - SoHo, NY

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When I interviewed, it was like a walk-in open house thing before the store opened. My friend told me about it, so I showed up before even applying. I didn't even know the role I was interviewing for honestly.

It was a one on one interview with this guy (later found out he was a supervisor) about leadership experience, customer service, how I felt about critiques, and I had to describe a time I failed.

They also asked if I knew about the company (and I honestly said I've never heard of it until yesterday, which probably is not an answer I would suggest saying. Keep in mind I interviewed before the store opened and it's the first in the midwest, so answering that now would probably be bad for sure).

They also asked why I was interested in the store.

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