Interviewed at Dillard's
Interview Details – As simple as filling out an online application, meeting with an assistant manager, then the general manager and starting the next week.
Very Easy Interview
I applied in-person and the process took a day - interviewed at Dillard's in September 2011.
Interview Details – Went to customer service, applied on a computer terminal and waited to meet with the store manager. Met with her and was offered to start training the next day. Wanted a position right off the bat in management but was told I needed to prove myself first. They said they valued internal promotions and I would need to work my way up. Sold as a very positive experience with a company I would want to retire from. Office and building were very clean. Receptionist very friendly.
Interview Question – Nothing was difficult or unexpected, more or less standard interview regarding experience and where I saw myself. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – It didn't seem like I was able to negotiate pay of $9/hr. Was told there was a 2-week and 3-month evaluation period that would set my pay more appropriately after they could see my performance.
I applied online and the process took 2 days - interviewed at Dillard's in June 2010.
Interview Details – I sent my resume in via a craig's list ad. Then was called and asked to come in and complete the application. Was interviewed on the spot by two ams'. Was called the next day and asked to meet with the store manager.
Negotiation Details – They offered me .50 less than they advertised. I pointed that out, then they told me that I was wrong. I produced a hard copy of it and they agreed to pay the full amount. They offered a commission plan that ended up not being the way they said it was.
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