I applied in-person and the process took 2 days - interviewed at Lowe's in May 2012.
Interview Details – Asked Basic situational questions
Interview Question – If you came in contact with a unhappy guest what would you do? Answer Question
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at Lowe's in October 2011.
Interview Details – So I got a phone call about 3 days after I applied online.The woman who called was very nice, asked me if I was interested in the position that I applied for and I told her yes.She then scheduled me an interview for 2 days later which was on a Friday.I got there about 15 minutes early, brought my resume also which seemed to impress the woman for my first interview.During my first interview, we talked for about 5 minutes just getting to know each other, she was very nice and she explained everything about the position.After that she asked me some behavioral type questions, I believe she asked around 6 of them and I answered them as best I can and I also asked her some questions.Then I had to wait about 10 minutes for a second interview.This was one went ok, the guy interviewing me kept his head down the whole time, asked me some questions, told me a little bit about the job but he really didn't talk much except for asking me questions.At the end he told me to expect a phone call the following week but i never got a call.Overall the process was pretty simple, my first interview went really well and the woman was very nice and we got along really good.The second interview wasn't good at all,the guy just kept his head down, didn't really look at me and just didn't seem interested at all.
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I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Lowe's in February 2010.
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The hiring process was pretty simple. You start online and go through three interviews. Once you get past the first interview you're in good shape, especially if they are hiring a lot of new employees. Be on time, wear khakis, be polite and use your common sense. For a lower level job that should be enough to get you in the door unless you're just not going to get hired.
I heard they were hiring roughly 40 people with 80-90 applicants total (for multiple positions). It's sad that those are GOOD odds in this area but, hey, you take what you can get. The entire process was very friendly and tolerable. It is one of the first job interviews I've been on where I felt like an actual person instead of a number on a page.
Interview Question – Name one time you made a mistake at work and tell me how you dealt with that mistake? Answer Question
Reason for Declining – I honestly wasn't sure I could handle working as a loader 30 hours plus a week. It seemed very, very physical and I decided to stick with current employment.
The process took a day - interviewed at Lowe's in May 2012.
Interview Details – I applied online for the temporary position. They called me in about a week later for an interview. Had the interview with the HR with some very questions such as "name a time when you had a problem with a customer" stuff like that. Waited 15 minutes then had an interview with the store manager, who had very similar questions. Got a call 4 days later telling me that I got the job and to come in for the dug test.
Interview Question – Name a time you had to work in a group and a problem arose. How did you go about solving the problem? Answer Question
I applied in-person and the process took 4 days - interviewed at Lowe's in December 2010.
Interview Details – The process consisted of three interviews, and I was told to leave and come back in between each of them. The time I was asked to arrive was an hour prior to the time I was actually interviewed one of those days, the other to were also delayed by 30 minutes.
Interview Question – I don't recall any of the questions being difficult to answer, though they will call in to question previous times you have had difficulty handling customers demands. At this job you can expect people to make some ridiculous claims as to why they have brought back items. Answer Question
Pros: Competitive wages (even starting out wages are a few dollars above minimum wage), friendly work environment, good benefits/rewards, fair amount of hours if you have an open scheduling, learn skills as you go and good on the job training. – Full Review
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