Interview process is fairly simple. The orientation/training theres a lot to learn, but you really have to just start working and experience it all first hand to really learn the majority of it.
It was good. The training was long and intensive it was a two month period. Could have learned more if it was hands on a little better.
Answered - Assistant Store Manager of Merchandise (Former Employee) - Toronto, ON
You submit your resume online and then a manager will contact you. youll do an over the phone interview and then a face to face if the phone interview went well. then they will call your references.
Answered - Cashier/Floor Associate (Current Employee) - Cobourg, ON
Really straight forward. Most of the questions ask about your experience and what would you do in certain situations.
Answered - Sales Associate (Current Employee) - Toronto, ON
It's maybe 10-15mins long, and basically asking you questions about problem-solving skills, if your able to be on your fit for a long period of time.. stuff like that
Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Dufferin, ON
They asked questions about our skills and asked us to elaborate on our resume.
Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Toronto, ON
It was pretty much what I expected; a straight forward question and answer session as the manager interviewing me looked for someone who would be able to bear the pressure of handling tough situations with customers, particularly as the holiday season was approaching.
Answered - Cashier (Former Employee) - Willowdale, ON
They took me into the interview room and asked me questions, very clear, didnt rush, gave me time to think, I felt relaxed and comftorable.
Answered - Cashier (Former Employee) - St. Albert, AB
The interview is pretty standard, asking about job history and future plans.
Answered - Womenswear Coordinator (Former Employee) - Ottawa, ON