The interview process was normal, some of the questions varied but in all, it was fine
Answered - Cashier/Stock Person (Former Employee) - Pointe-Claire, QC
Interviw of my quality , past experince
Generally assistant manager or store manager conducts the interview. ask questions about work experience and multitasking. ask about legal permit for working in canada
Answered - Cashier and Customer Service Associate (Former Employee) - Surrey, BC
Very quick, within 24 hours of hand in my resume i got a job
Answered - Cahier (Current Employee) - Medicine Hat, AB
Experience if you have, focusing for long-term employees, being polite and smiling during the interview, and show your knowledge if you got the chance.
Answered - Cashier and Sales Associate, and Merchandiser (Current Employee) - Victoria, BC
Pretty straight forward, why would you want to work here and how can you change the environment around you and make customers happy?
Answered - Cashier (Current Employee) - Yorkton, SK
Terrible, its like applying to go to prison
Answered - Assistant Manager (Former Employee) - St. Paul, AB
They began with an overview of the resume, and took you through the application page you were required to fill out
Answered - Sales Associate (Current Employee) - Oshawa, ON
Interview was all about my qualities, strength, weakness and my timings.
Answered - Key Holder/Supervisor (Former Employee) - Mississauga, ON
The interview was very quick.
Answered - Cashier (Current Employee) - Halifax, NS