Just dress professionally and be yourself.
Answered - Customer Service (Former Employee) - Fort Saskatchewan, AB
You should be knowing how to present yourself and your past experiences with jobs and other social things. No lies at all. Should know at least a bit about the company you are applying into as it's always a bonus point.
Answered - Supervisor (Former Employee) - Edmonton, AB
I would have a list of questions to ask about the company and want to know what they expected of me.
Answered - Cashier (Current Employee) - Stettler, AB
Answered - Produce Clerk (Current Employee) - St. Catharines, ON
Answered - Baker (Former Employee) - London, ON
Focus on what you do know, what you have that can help you adjust to the job. The work is easy, just have to learn it. Show a desire to learn and work hard.
Answered - Assistant Produce Manager (Former Employee) - Winnipeg, MB
Be prepared to have knowledge on the position being applied for.
Answered - Cashier (Former Employee) - Red Deer, AB
Become knowledgeable of the department in which you have applied for
Answered - Deli Clerk (Former Employee) - St. John's, NL
Prepare for a lot of question, they care about why you want to work there, and your available time
Answered - Cashier (Current Employee) - Calgary, AB
Kind dress well
Answered - Front End Assistant (Former Employee) - Toronto, ON