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What is the interview process like at Savers/Value Village?

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This is two stages

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Interview will base on your experience and understanding about the position being applied for otherwise they ask some few questions for their convince

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It was ok standard interview

Answered - CDC - Community Donation Centre Rep (Former Employee) - Ottawa, ON

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Long with lengthy questions. Fun though.

Answered - Production Worker (Former Employee) - St. Albert, AB

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Behavioural based questions that focus mainly on ethics, integrity, and attention to detail. Previous experience is secondary to these qualities as skills can be taught to anyone with a positive attitude and good character.

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Short and really just a piece of paper.

Answered - Production Worker/Machine Operator/Recycler (Former Employee) - Sarnia, ON

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Online assessment followed by phone call and finally face-to-face interview.

Answered - Production Line Staff (Former Employee) - Vaughan, ON

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Very easy going, focused on you as a person

Answered - Sales Associate (Current Employee) - Windsor, ON

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The interview process mostly takes about 30 minutes. The applicant has to answer a few questions about their job experience, why they want to work at V.V., job scenario's etc.

Answered - Sales Supervisor (Former Employee) - Timmins, ON

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Ask you lots of problem solving questions.

Answered - Sales Clerk/Supervisor (Former Employee) - Ajax, ON

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