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Administrative Support Team Associate, Part Time Interview
I applied online. I interviewed at Macy's.
I applied on line and got an e-mail for an interview. When I went to the site to schedule, there was no time slot available. I checked back every day and after 4 days, there were 2 time slots listed. I scheduled an interview and one day before the interview, someone called me from the office and said the position I applied for has been filled so there won't be any interview. But if I am still interested in other position, there will be another interview on such day. I said no thank you. I feel like I wasted my time going throgh all the qustions and all.......
Other Interview Reviews for Macy's
Administrative Support Team Associate - Part Time InterviewNo OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Macy's (Glen Burnie, MD) in May 2014.
Completed the application online. Received an email invitation the next day to interview. Appointments are booked online through Macy's system. Met with a lovely manager, very friendly and easy to talk to. I was surprised to find that this position spends time on the sales floor, not selling of course but performing other responsibilities. Overall, nothing unusual, just a good, solid and standard interview.
- Asked what would I do if I saw an employee doing something against the law. 1 Answer
Administrative Support Team Associate Part Time InterviewNo OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at Macy's (Tysons Corner, VA).
Applied for the job online, got an email an hour later saying to schedule an interview online. I didn't respond immediately because I was waiting to hear back from another job. Macy's actually ended up calling me, and we set up our interview over the phone for next week. I went in on the day they told me, and they didn't even know I was coming in since I scheduled my interview over the phone instead of using their online scheduler. So, I had to wait about 15 minutes for them to get ready. After waiting, they called me into the HR Manager's office and she then asked me a couple of basic interview questions. Some of the questions she asked was Why Macy's, name a time when you received excellent customer service, name a time when you succeeded as a team, any experience in sales, name a time when you saw someone being dishonest, how would you react to a situation where you have multiple projects to do at the same time, why should we hire you...there were probably some others I just can't remember. She then went into the job description and duties and then asked me if I had any questions. I asked her what the hours were, since the job was part time and she said 12-20 hours a week, I also asked how much was the pay, and she said they would not mention pay before they offer the job. Anyways, she told me they were interviewing over candidates, and that they'd give me a call by the end of the week. The end of the week came, and they never called, so I called them. She told me they'd be following up via email (which I knew wasn't a good sign). Ended up getting an email that day saying they were no longer considering my application. Pretty disappointing since I have a degree in administration. Oh well, on to the next one.
- Name a time when you saw someone being dishonest and how did you respond. Answer Question