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After applying and completing the assessment online. How long should I wait for an interview.

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I think 1 month.

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Usually its takes 1week

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Interview will depend on your qualifications and experience about the given job .if you qualified we will receive call from manager..

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It depends. Really high turnover rate (for a good reason). Took me a week or so for the call, another week for interview, almost two weeks for their 2nd interview, then 3 weeks before they had time to "train" me. Training is just watching old safety videos for a week before they throw you on cash or wherever.

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I waiting 3 week

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I waited about 3 weeks for a phone call, then another week to do an actual interview.

Answered - Cashier / Costume Designer / Merchandiser (Former Employee) - Belleville, ON

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Depends on need of manpower but usually a day to a week.

Answered - Front End Supervisor (IT) (Former Employee) - Vaughan, ON

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Usually within a few days you should get a call back but depending on when you apply it could take a week or 2

Answered - Customer service/production team member (Former Employee) - Regina, SK

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They have an incredibly high turnover rate. It's fun working there and I couldn't understand why they did until I realised how bad it is.

Answered - Donation Ambassador (Former Employee) - Coquitlam, BC

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I waited less than one day

Answered - Production Worker (Former Employee) - Markham, ON

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