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No Offer – Interviewed in Valencia, CA Apr 2012 – Reviewed Apr 12, 2012
Interview Details – This week on Tuesday, I applied through workinretail.com for a Human Resources position, at the end of the application process I was directed to call the hiring number for an interview. The interview was the next day. I arrived early but it was only 3 interviewers and about 3 people ahead of me, Even though the interviewer was talking too fast and low I still passed it with flying colors but because it was for HR, I have to come in for a second interview and to do that I had to do an evaluation exam, that consist of 6 pages...it was fairly easy. Now I am waiting for a possible second interview...fingers crossed.
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Gurnee, IL Mar 2012 – Reviewed Mar 26, 2012
Interview Details – I applied online the interviewer ask me what days I will be available and can I come in that following week which was a saturday and to be there at 2:30.When I got there we had to take a math test since I was going to be on the cash register. I got one wrong and she told me to go into the next room and somebody would call me in to interview me. I was then interview by my supervisor who was young and told me I would know if I was hired in 2 to 3 weeks. He ask me the regular interview questions, handed me a paper showing me what I would be doing if I worked there and he walked out and came back and told me I got the job. Next they gave me papers to come back in for processing and to receive my training dates.
Negotiation Details – No.
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Vallejo, CA Feb 2012 – Reviewed Feb 11, 2012
Interview Details – Applied online, went to job fair and had to write why you want to work for their security dept and then had to speak with the supervisor about your work history n experience. And prove that you,know how to write because you have to write reports.
Interview Question – Why do you want to work for security? View Answer
Declined Offer – Interviewed in Largo, MD Mar 2010 – Reviewed Feb 9, 2012
Interview Details – PEOPLEE in office
Interview Question – What can bring to SixFlags? View Answer
Reason for Declining – OneDay
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Saint Louis, MO Jan 2012 – Reviewed Jan 31, 2012
Interview Details – I applied For the job online at http://www.sixflagsjobs.com/dynamicparkpage.php?park=stLouis&page=jobs-by-park.aspx on Jan. 3rd They Called me about a week later inviting me to an interview . they told me the directions on how to get to HR , It wasnt packed when i went their around 2pm i went up to the desk and they asked me my name and what time was my interview and they gave me a clipbord where i had to take a math test and basic info. returned the clip board And they told me to sit down someone will be with me shortly two mins. later a woman called my name and we went into a room where the interview took place when it was over the manager came in and ask me somemore questions then told me i had the job and they gave me a neon packet and my descovery training date and department training date then i went home HAPPY :)
Negotiation Details – COVER TATTOOS, and take out percings. they dont like two toned color hair only natural hair colors, dont be nervous its going to be a breeze.
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Jackson, NJ May 2011 – Reviewed Feb 2, 2012
Interview Details – Asked simple customer service questions
Interview Question – How you helped someone at previous employer Answer Question
No Offer – Interviewed in San Antonio, TX Jan 2012 – Reviewed Jan 17, 2012
Interview Details – I applied online and then a few days later received an automated phone call saying that they received my application and want me to come in for an interview and to call them to set it up. I called and it went to voicemail. I called the next business day (Monday) and got a real human being! The next available interview date was for the next Saturday (?). I didn't like the gap, but whatever. I went in dressed professionally, filled out a math skills worksheet, and a couple other forms. Was called into a back room where it looked like they did several interviews at once with a few dividers. It was an awful interview (very canned), but I went with it. In the same breath of concluding the interview the girl tells me that her boss told her right before my interview that they already filled the position, but that perhaps they might call me in the summer. Didn't even thank me for coming in.
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Vallejo, CA May 2011 – Reviewed Jun 13, 2011
Interview Details – When I first arrived I signed in and reviewed my online apllication. I sat around and waited for about 45 minutes then got called in a room with about 20 other applicants. The supervisors introduced themselves. Every applicant introduced themselves then we each took turns and answered two questions. The supervisors went outside to deliberate, came back in 5 minutes later, called the names of the people that didn't get hired and talked to them outside, then they came back in and told us we were hired. The next day I had to go back and turn in paper work an take a drug test.
Interview Question – If you were an animal what animal would you be and why? Answer Question
Negotiation Details – No negotiation. They tell the whole room what to write for their pay rate.
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in San Antonio, TX Sep 2010 – Reviewed Jun 7, 2011
Interview Details – Two interviews were conducted for this position. The first one was with Employee Services and the following one was with the Promo Manager. Easy, conversational interview with general questions, including the reason for wanting the job, talk about experience in marketing, strengths, weaknesses, if you work better alone or as a team, etc.
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Vallejo, CA Aug 2009 – Reviewed Mar 27, 2011
Interview Details –
After submitting an application online, I called repeatedly for hiring information. Got the interview, dressed business casual- khakis and collared. Showed up early, along with 30-40 others. Eventually was split into groups of 2, 15-20 each. The entire time was situational questions especially having to do with children, speaking is a MUST, sit up, smile, pay attention to whos speaking and it's an easy interview.
Now mind you at Six Flags Vallejo the managers and your "leads" can be pretty shady. I only worked the summer and do not plan on returning. Its not a job I'd recommend.
Interview Question – How would you make a child feel better if they were not tall enough for the ride. View Answer
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