Initially it was maybe a month total from start to finish of getting called and being hired on.
Answered - Customer Zone Technician (Former Employee) - United States
If you were hired back in the 80s, you interviewed with your immediate supe then a general manager and had an offer the same day - next day max. Now you crawl through Ft. Knox, propaganda and red tape.
Answered - BGCO Coordinator (Current Employee) - Hanover, MD
Takes anywhere from 1-3 months to complete the process. Application, Interview, orientation, shadowing
Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Charter Township of Clinton, MI
Several telephone and face to face interviews.
Answered - Retail Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Ashland, KY
2-4 weeks, depending. Step 1: Submit application. Step 2: Receive a call to schedule the first of 2-3 phone interviews. Step 3: Traditional in-person interview along with personality and competency tests (computerized). Step 4: Background check and possible drug screening. Step 5: Receive phone call offering you a position and requesting you to submit the usual employment paperwork.
Answered - Tech Expert (Former Employee) - Bangor, ME
Five weeks of training in another city; hotel, food and travel paid for by Verizon.
Answered - Verizon Wireless Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) - Asheville, NC
It seems like it took me about a week.
The first interview included the type test and then the second interview they told me right then that I was hired.
Answered - Customer Coordinator (Former Employee) - West Valley City, UT
Answered - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) - Murfreesboro, TN
It took a month start to finish to get the job. I applied then a week later I got a call back for a phone interview. About a week later I had two interviews and then I got the offer for the position by the end of the month.
Answered - Telesales Representative (Former Employee) - Orangeburg, NY