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Interviews for Top Jobs at Kohl's
- Sales Floor Associate (144)
- POS Associate (139)
- Sales Associate/Cashier (136)
- Kohls Sales Associate (53)
- Sales Associate (49)
- Cashier (47)
- Seasonal Sales Associate (43)
- Customer Service Associate (29)
- Assistant Store Manager (28)
- Associate (27)
- Merchandise Analyst (25)
- Point of Sale Associate (24)
- POS Sales Associate (24)
- Store Management (23)
- Ad Set Associate (22)
- Freight Associate (21)
- Intern (20)
- Sale Associate (19)
- Customer Service Representative (14)
- Manager In Training (14)
- Store Manager (14)
- Loss Prevention Officer (14)
- Loss Prevention Supervisor (13)
- Area Supervisor (11)
- Store Management Intern (10)
- Any (10)
- MMJ Sales Associate (10)
- Sales Associate (Customer Service, MJM, Jewelry, POS) (10)
- Replenishment Associate (9)
- Store Associate (9)
Seasonal Sales Associate Interview
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at Kohl's (Tolleson, AZ) in September 2015.
I noticed they were hiring, I applied online. A few days later I received an email saying that they would like to interview me. I chose a date, and when the date arrived, I went. It was a group interview: five in total. We were only asked four questions and it took about 30 minutes.
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Seasonal Sales Associate InterviewNo OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. I interviewed at Kohl's in November 2014.
First we had to fill out a basic job application. Then we had the group interview of about 7 people. We sat around a large table with the hiring manager who asked questions starting with a different person each time. It was a fun upbeat atmosphere. A couple of questions were about our personal Kohls experience- did we have a Kohls Card and did we have a Rewards Card. It seemed like he was trying to somewhat sell the people who didn't have a charge card on why they should get one. Other questions were I think trying to figure out our personality types - what type of tree would you be and why, for example. At the end he selected 2 of us to select team members from the group. Then each team had to "sell" something random from a group of objects on the table. Overall it wasn't a bad experience. There were several group interviews that day and I see the ad for positions at that particular store is still up, so I don't know how many people they need for one store, so it seems like they might be selecting maybe a few out the groups.
Seasonal Sales Associate InterviewNo OfferAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Kohl's (Merrillville, IN).
Got a call soon after applying. Applied online, before asking for personal information, had to pass a presonality quiz. It was a group interview with 5 other people. Had to fill out a few forms then we were asked some questions.
- How did you go above and beyond to help a customer? Answer Question
Seasonal Sales Associate InterviewNo OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 3 days. I interviewed at Kohl's (Winston-Salem, NC) in October 2014.
I applied on Snagajob on Oct 27 , got a call back the next morning. And went for a group interview the 29th. I came 40 min early. I'm 18 so it's my first interview. I wore a cute blazer , my whole out fit was on point. But it was a really chill interview. We filled out all paperwork first . Then we interviewed we waited a minute or two. And we had the 2nd interview. And she reviewed all paper work . The only we would have to wait for is the background check. It's only been a week so I haven't heard anything. So keep your fingers crossed.
- Asked about your retail background. What department you want to work in. Answer Question
Seasonal Sales Associate InterviewNo OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at Kohl's in October 2014.
I applied to the company for seasonal employment, I received a call two days later which shocked me because I always imagined it was nearly impossible for them to give me a call back since I have no experience and I have applied many times before but anyway it ended up being a group interview. I dressed very professional. There were 4 other people there with me and 3 were dressed in jeans and just looked very casual. I was very participant throughout the interview, I smiled and answered kindly and honest, while the others were being very shy and short but there was one lady who had said she had just got hired at another retail job and was just wanting to work with this company "to keep her busy" which made me kinda upset because I NEEDED this job and she was just looking fir busy work. They guy seemed to really like me but of course there were only so many positions to fill and there was more groups coming in but I believe I should have been hired because I was very active and the others answered shortly. I was highly disappointed. Not only that but he asked THREE questions, how can you even determine who to hire??? 1. Tell me about yourself 2. Why do you want to work here? 3. How long do you want to be here? Very unprofessional and he didn't ask us how we would react to certain situations or anything. A week later I received a The only reason I was not furious about the whole thing is that they had bunches of groups coming in, who more than likely had more experience than me but I feel like they knew that prior to me showing up because I put no experience on my application. It was a waste of my time.
- Tell me about yourself? Answer Question
Seasonal Sales Associate InterviewNo OfferNegative ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. I interviewed at Kohl's.
Applied online, received a phone call a week later from the manager. I went in for the interview the next day and it was a group interview, which was fine by me. It was about ten people altogether, each person took a turn answering a question, starting with a new person each time. They asked the usual "Why do you want to work here?" questions. After the interview they called us one by one to talk, four days later I received a letter saying I wasn't qualified to unpack clothes, stock shelves and clean the dressing rooms.
- The difficult questions for me were the behavioral ones about previous employers and co-workers because this was my first official interview. Answer Question
Seasonal Sales Associate InterviewNo OfferEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 8 weeks. I interviewed at Kohl's.
I applied online back in august and got a call for an interview about 7-8 weeks later. The interview was actually pretty easy and went well. They asked questions like 'tell me about a time you went above and beyond to satisfy a costumer". Since I don't have retail experience, but worked at a office before, so I used that. The interview was in group, there were about 7-8 girls. At the end of the interview they told us that they'd let us know by mail if we got the job or not, within 10 days. I had the interview on Thursday, and received the letter on Monday (didn't get the job :( )
- I can't remember exactly what they asked me, but I had to answer a question first, so I didn't have time to think about it. So I was nervous while answering. Answer Question
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