Interviewed at Lucky Strike Lanes
Interview Details – Essentially warm body hiring to fill positions.
Interview Question – There were few technical questions and I do not recall specifically what was asked. Answer Question
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Very Easy Interview
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Lucky Strike Lanes in January 2011.
Interview Details – One interview with the General Manager
Interview Question – None. It was more conversations about the food industry Answer Question
I applied through other source and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Lucky Strike Lanes.
Interview Details – I spoke with a national salesperson who said she handles the west coast - overall it was an odd process, as she was very non-responsive, going for long periods of time with no communication. Once I spoke to her, she did not have a lot of answers, and made it clear that her time was more important than mine. Overall, the company sounds appealing, but it was a turnoff that I would be reporting to this person that I interviewed with. It is a strong commission structure, so I would assume minimal base salary - and I got the impression that the goals were quite aggressive.
Interview Question – all very basic questions - nothing unexpected - they want people that are strong outside sales people - not afraid to cold call Answer Question
Very Easy Interview
I applied in-person and the process took a day - interviewed at Lucky Strike Lanes in November 2009.
Interview Details – Pretty easy to get a job here. I just walked in and said I needed to make some money because the other restaurant I worked for didn't have enough volume. Next thing I know I was serving drinks in a miniskirt.
Interview Question – There are no difficult questions to answer. Answer Question
I applied in-person and the process took a day - interviewed at Lucky Strike Lanes in August 2008.
Interview Details – I read that they were hiring so I visited my local location and asked for an application. A few minutes later the managed came out and asked me for an interview. The questions were very basic, and the manager was extremely friendly and well-spoken. The questions were basic inquiries about my past work experiences, reasons why I was interested in the position, etc. Overall, nothing too difficult.
I applied online and the process took 3 days - interviewed at Lucky Strike Lanes in January 2007.
Interview Details – Overall I thought the interview went well. However I do remember that I was probably a little too negative on my current employer. Prior to the interview I researched online, went to the establishment several times and at different times, to get a feel of the place. Seemed like a professionally ran entertainment, nightclub, restaurant. My hair was long at the time, I mean shoulder length, so I thought I should get a short Ryan Seacrest style haircut and wear a nice trendy suit. When I was introduce to the GM from their LA location, he was wearing jeans, button down untucked shirt, tan linen sport coat and had a Mohawk for a hair cut. So anyway the interview lasted about 30 minutes of which I could tell he was not interested in me about the last ten minutes as it was a strain to keep that last few minutes going and I had to ask for a tour of the place. Anyway, they are closed now here in Louisville, KY and I do believe that with me as GM, they would still be open.
Interview Question – Why do you want to leave your present company? View Answer
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