I feel that Zara is a waste of time and incompetent and needs investigating under work human rights act. My reasons you go through all that process for an group interview when asking manager question they don't know what roles are available at what location they state they have position in sales and stockroom, cashier but don't know which Zara has the position which leaves you in a position o
Very slim of chance of getting this role if you put the wrong location the wrong time of hours. Zara acts like they care about your commitments meaning half of the people in the group interview were students and the other half
had Families so basically your hanging onto a thread. Why would you interview mountable people for roles that your not sure about what is available what positions are available in what location and the hours and how many candidates are you looking for each roles Zara is giving these candidates false hope they are looking for slave who will work slave labour and around the clock that doesn't have commitments. In my experience there were 20 people in a group interview only 5 could only speck English which was poor half of the room had no retail experience and the person who was interviewing had no clue on what job at what location and the hours were available so we can put down on our application the role you want to go for I feel on the application you shouldn't have to do this to be accepted but u have to tick everything tick every location tick all the hours, tick all positions accept for manager. You will be accepted I guarantee that. Because when handing your application after group interview the manager ends up ringing around the stores to see what is available From your application which I believe this should of been done before the interview so u give the candidates a chance to apply to right job position in the right location.
Know fashion, know new trends in fashion, be sharp, and always know the answer or at least know something on the subject.
Answered - Accounts Payable Specialist (Former Employee) - New York, NY
Understand that Zara is not like many retailers and you may be required to prove why your overall being would be an asset to the team.
Answered - Mens Department Manager (Former Employee) - New York, NY
Do your best.
Answered - Cashier/Customer Service (Current Employee) - Los Angeles, CA
Confidence, dress fashionable, knowledgeable about the company
Answered - Stock Associate (Current Employee) - Bellevue, WA
Have reassurance for the all the managers to be on the same page and follow through corporate standards. And have respect for employees.
Answered - Assistant Manager (Former Employee) - New York, NY
Just be yourself and know a thing or two about fashion.
Answered - Sales Associate/Trainee (Current Employee) - Houston, TX
Be yourself, know about the company before you even go to the interview and show them that you like to volunteer and to work in fast paced work areas
Answered - Cashier-Sales associate (Former Employee) - New York, NY
Be yourself and relax. Know your availability prior to interviewing.
Answered - Stock Associate (Current Employee) - San Francisco, CA