About a month. I applied in the middle of February, phone interview around mid-March, in-person about a week later, orientation end of March.
Took a year for my application to be reviewed, about a few weeks before I got the job after interview process.
I submitted an application on Monday or Tuesday for a baker position in the new Lancaster store. The first interview was the same week. Seems pretty quick to me, I was impressed.
1) Apply online
2) Phone Interview
3) In-person Interview
Answered - Produce Customer Service (Current Employee) - Fredericksburg, VA
2 phone interviews then 1 in person
Answered - Cashier/Customer Service/Cook (Former Employee) - RT 57 (john gleen)
Usually you have to know or be related to a current employee to get an interview.
Answered - Cashier/Customer Service (Current Employee) - Williamsville, NY
In interview process currently, applied on line 8/21. Received an email asking me to call or email to set up a interview. I called and emailed back on 8/28. I finally got a return call on 9/2, set up phone interview for 9/4. Was told they'll get back 7-10 days...but I heard back on 9/6 set up interview with HR & Dept. Mgr on 9/8. The questions OMG this is a min wage job, how do the 16 year olds answer them without experience??? I thought I was applying for a rocket science job. So at this point I am waiting to hear back from them. We'll see?
Well, I applied online. It took about a year before I got called for an interview. I went in person and had my interview (which was my first ever) and it was a little harder than expected but I got a call about two weeks after and within a few days started paid training! It's definately challenging to get started but be positive and persistent! It's a great place to work!
The hiring process is long and extensive. Be prepared and do your homework before going on the interview. Hints - be positive, upbeat, and very flexible. Also be honest. If you were fired from another job for example, don't lie about it, they will find out and you will not get the job. Also, don't come across as too "perfect", let them know you have made mistakes in the past but you have learned from them.
In less than a month a submitted the application, got the phone interview and personal interview, A few days later I got the job and started training.
Answered - Baker/Cashier (Current Employee) - Rochester, NY 14610