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Sales Associate (Accessories) Interview

Anonymous Interview Candidate in Fort Worth, TX
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Fort Worth, TX
Application Details

I applied online. The process took 2 daysinterviewed at Neiman Marcus in March 2011.

Interview Details

Contacted by HR contact and made an appointment for an interview with her 1-on-1. She was super nice and answered all my questions. Definitely made me feel at ease. I passed that interview and she invited me for a second interview with the department manager and her assistant. This interview was more tough and focused on my selling techniques and how I would achieve my sales goal. She was not warm and friendly, which I liked. At least she was honest about the nature of the sales goal and commission based work. I didn't get a call back that week, so I assumed I didn't get the job.

However, a month later, HR calls me saying there's another position available and they would like to offer it to me. I decline as I have found another job.

Interview Questions
  • Describe yourself to me   Answer Question
  • What is the most important thing in selling an item to a customer?   Answer Question
  • How would you achieve your weekly sales goal? What are some techniques?   Answer Question
  • What are your future goals? What do you want to be doing in 3-5 years?   Answer Question
  • How long do you envision yourself working here?   Answer Question
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