Questions and Answers about Old Navy

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What is the interview process like at Old Navy?

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Always ask questions that you dont know about.2 see how you can fit in and make a difference by the questions you ask.
3 Im sure that you will make a difference witb good knowledge and doing your best as being part of a team .

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You just sit around a table and talk with other people the end

Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Winnipeg, MB

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The interview process was fairly laid back and very casual, just as you'd expect. The first group interview was very fun and inclusive, equal opportunities to answer the question for each candidate. The second, one-on-one interview was just as laid-back. It literally took place outside the store on a of couple benches. The questions were easy to answer as it was no problem connecting it to stories to back up your skills or experiences. It was just cooler than I expected.

Answered - Brand Associate (Current Employee) - Brampton, ON

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Grouped, ending with many questions during working that could have been answered during an interview with a lot less people

Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Calgary, AB

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Submit your resume. Get called in auditions(group interviews). Call backs for interviews one on one. Then orientation. If it is not hiring season they will skip group interviews.

Answered - Business Operations Manager (Former Employee) - Saskatoon, SK

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- Focused on the company's progress and open to the opportunity to hire employees that will help promote the company and reputation
- simple and straight to the point

Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Thornhill, ON

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I started as a coop student then it was seasonal/part time. Their was a lot of different mangers so it was very different for everyone.

Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Thornhill, ON

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Fun and unique. You play ice breakers in the interview.

Answered - Customer Service Associate (Former Employee) - Mississauga, ON

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They ask you questions and will take you a tour around the store

Answered - Sales Associate (Seasonal) (Former Employee) - Vancouver, BC

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