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No Offer – Interviewed in New York, NY Apr 2010 – Reviewed Jun 3, 2010
Interview Details – basically just ask a few questions , wanted to know about yourself, experience of bad and good customer service , a time when your gave good customer service, and you had to convince to sale an item to them.
Interview Question – How did you handle when you was given bad customer service Answer Question
Declined Offer – Interviewed in Sep 2009 – Reviewed Oct 27, 2009
Interview Details – My initial communication with the store came several weeks after I had applied for the job online. The manager had been out of town and apologized for the late response. The phone interview consisted of about 7 basic interview questions that they used as a screening process and then they offered an in person interview once I had completed the questions. I was not told that it would be a group interview, but there were two other people interviewing with me and we rotated starting with the questions. There were 6 questions total, overall very basic. After the interview, I was told they were looking to hire immediately and I would be contacted via phone or email the next day to receive an offer or not. It took them 3 days to call me back and offer the job, and I declined as I had already accepted a different position elsewhere. My advice for the interview would just be to prepare with basic interview questions and be yourself as much as possible. It's a very friendly environment, not at all intimidating.
Reason for Declining – They took too long to get back to me so I had already accepted a different position and they pay was not enough for what I was looking for.
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