Very Easy Interview
I applied through an employee referral and the process took a day - interviewed at Journeys shoes in February 2012.
Interview Details – The interview was pleasent. I was interviewed by the area manager. She was really nice. She really liked me and the interview was pretty casual. She liked my experience and the fact I was educated. She wanted something different. Then she wanted me to go international for the company after 6 months, and even suggested that I should go into the legal team for the company in the future if I desired to attend law school (That's what I want to do in the near future). My problem was the schedule. I liked the fact it was a chill and relaxed job, but it just wasn't for me. I was offered the position on the spot.
Reason for Declining – It really wasn't going to be enough pay. They pay based on commission. It was a risk. Plus, I had school and I was offered a better position from another company that I could see myself going further.
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at Journeys shoes in May 2011.
Interview Details –
I went online, applied for a job at Journeys.
I got a phone call the next day and they told me they wanted to interview me.
I accepted the offer.
They called me back, and told me the interview would take place a different location.
I went to that specific location, and I told them I am there for a interview, and they all seemed puzzled, like they were not expecting me. :/
They made me fill out an application, and something else that shows what kind of person you are ... like are you quiet, this and that.. blah blah. I filled that out too.
Then we sat down at the food court with the manager, and she asked me what I did at my previous job, and why I want to work at Journeys and stuff like that.
They also told me they work commission.
NO thanks ;)
Reason for Declining – I didnt want to work commission, and I dont think I would like to work in that environment.
Pros: Awesome discount, and wonderful customers. – Full Review
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