One. Walk around the warehouse then back to the office then ok we’ll would you like to start? 15 minutes tops.
Easy, sit down 30min process
Answered - Line Operator (Former Employee) - Muskegon, MI
I had three interviews before getting the job originally. A phone interview, an in person interview with a manager, then an interview with the regional manager
Answered - Bakery associate (Former Employee) - Lake City, MI 49651
Two to Three interviews, I asked more questions then they did. Told in interview people don't last here we have a bad turn over rate. we need someone hard working. person who was going to be direct supervisor came in asked if i could work with vehicles, received answer and left, no hand shake or smile, not welcoming at all. District manager more willing to talk to me than anyone else.
Answered - Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) - Green River, WY
Informal, comfortable and open.
Answered - Senior Quotation Specialist (Former Employee) - Houston, TX
Very laid back. Common sense questions
Answered - Spare Parts Coordinator (Current Employee) - Wilson, NC
It is a joke......no true organized process is ever followed
Answered - DAM (Former Employee) - Arlington, TX
To much work for a low level job. You take 3 interviews.
Answered - Sales Associate (Current Employee) - Brooklyn, MI
Many stages, rather straightforward.
Answered - Associate (Current Employee) - Belding, MI