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Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Winnipeg, MB (Canada) Jun 2009 – Reviewed Nov 27, 2012
Interview Details – Dropping off a resume at a store location is the best way to get an interview. Applying on La Senza's website or through another online job site means that your resume may not be seen at store level for a few weeks. Always ask to speak to the manager. If she is not available make sure to ask when she will be in. Best time to come in is Monday morning. Make sure you know why you want to work there. She will ask you! Open availability is key. This means weekends as well! If your initial conversation goes well she will set up an interview. If you are applying for a management position a 2nd or 3rd interview may follow.
Interview Question – What do you think makes you qualified to be a sales associate at La Senza? What qualities do you possess that make you a good sales person? Answer Question
Accepted Offer – Reviewed Nov 6, 2012
Interview Details – I was contacted about 6 months after I applied for the position to attend an interview with a DM. She was really cool and easy to talk to. After a background check hosted by an American company I was offered the job . You can negotiate your pay, usually a small amount of room for increase .50 cents at least.
Interview Question – The interview was pretty laid back and if your confident and a happy person you should do fine. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – A small amount of room for negoiatation. Don't sell yourself short but make sure to play your cards right.
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Dartmouth, NS (Canada) Oct 2011 – Reviewed Jun 24, 2012
Interview Details – I went to the mall with a handfull of resumes and started handing them out. I wasn't going to go into la senza because I did not want to work with only girls. However, my boyfriend convinced me to go in and I did and talked to the manager who happened to be there. I handed her my resume and she informed me that they were holding interviews every tuesday and thursday, since the holiday season was approaching. I went in on Tuesday and it was a very laid back interview, but since it was a group interview I made sure I stood out. I got a job offer the next morning.
Interview Question – How would you convince a customer to buy this set? (set would be supplied) Answer Question
Negotiation Details – There is no negotiating.
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Dorval, QC (Canada) Sep 2009 – Reviewed Jul 9, 2011
Interview Details – General questions, nothing difficult- why would you like to work here? What do you know about the company?
Interview Question – Do you know a bit about your history and how got to where we are today? Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Make sure you ask for what you want- they will try and lowball you, but expect you to negotiate. Be firm in what you want
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Mar 2011 – Reviewed Mar 22, 2011
Interview Details – I applied in-person and got an interview the next day. It went well and after the interview she had me do another interview (on the same day) with a different manager from a different location. Normally, the next interview is supposed to be with the district manager next but, she was on holiday. I was offered the job the following day, pending references of course. The type of questions they asked were behavioural type.
Negotiation Details – The amount they offered were higher then what I had thought.
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