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No Offer – Interviewed in New York, NY Jan 2011 – Reviewed Jan 10, 2012
Interview Details –
Applied for the sales position at the 42nd street store and received a call in about a week. The hiring process consists of 3 interviews. The first was with HR in the back of the store. The second was on the sales floor with a lower level manager.
The second interview was not scheduled and was done impromptu with any available manager.
I do believe they weren't organized at that time, it happens.
As far as work goes. Sales people are not required to tie shoes, ring up the merchandise or go to the back to get the shoes. All you really do is wait for customers to point to something they want and you request it from the employees in the back.
Also, working there you're able to get 50% off shoes for 50 people per month. Plus, you get a free pair of Sketchers every six months.
Interview Question – What was a time when you had to overcome a problem for a customer? Answer Question
Declined Offer – Interviewed in Manhattan Beach, CA Dec 2009 – Reviewed Apr 7, 2010
Interview Details – Nice office by the beach. You meet with HR first then they move you over to the person that would be your boss. Then you get a short tour of the office. They called 2 days later and offered the job. The only problem they only wanted to match what I was currently making.
Interview Question – Why do you want to leave your current job? Answer Question
Reason for Declining – Why leave a job you are comfortable at for the same salary? Not worth it.
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