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Getting an Interview
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Starbucks Barista Inside Target Interview
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at Starbucks (Las Vegas, NV) in March 2015.
Applied online , got a call back 2 weeks later, scheduled phone interview for the coming monday, after phone interview they said they would call me back in 2 days and called back in 2 hours, scheduled in store interview for following monday. I went into the store did the questionaire on the computer and went back for the interview. Watched a short movie on Working in the front end of target (it didn't even mention starbucks lol) and was interviewed by the Supervisor of the Food Court and Starbucks for target. Was hired on the spot.
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I applied in-person. The process took 1 day – interviewed at Starbucks (Windsor Locks, CT) in May 2008.
The manager sat down with me after I handed in my application. She was extremely friendly and put me at ease right away. Some of the questions were a little corporate, but she basically guided me through them. When talking about the company it was almost as if she was bragging, all the discounts, benefits, and the "Perks", I was sold. At the end she describes the position and gives me an offer, which I couldn't help but accept.
Right away your told you will get paid more than minimum wage, and there are chances to get really good raises. There is No Negotiating it.