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First, I got an email from a recruiter asking me if Inwas interested in the manager position, I said I was and we scheduled a quick call. I immediately was contacted by the district manager and we scheduled an interview. She took the time to come to the mall closest to me, which was super nice. After that interview, there was an over-the-phone interview with the regional manager and Human Resources. The whole process took approximately one week.

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It took roughly one week to get hired. I attended a group interview and heard back later that week.

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There isn’t an actual uniform. We receive aprons on our first day. It’s encouraged to wear black just because it doesn’t clash with the other colours in store and looks a little more professional.

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Interview is so easy

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Carefree and laid back

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Fulltime: 40 hrs/wk
part time: 12-25 hrs/wk

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If you are a Tea Guide then you have it easy. The moment you have a higher postion then management is on you 24/7. Making note of all your moves and there is absolutely no communication between managers and team members. So you never know if you are doing something wrong or could improve until its too late

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Honestly i think they will be out of business in the next year or two

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I feel like the company listens to its customers and that they cater to people, rather than brushing them off and doing whatever they want to do.

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Fun, spontaneous.

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