I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Sur La Table in October 2012.
Interview Details – I had one phone interview and one in-person. the lady was very nice and well spoken. typical "why do you want to work here?" questions. "what are your career goals?" and they wanted to know how much I knew about the products. it was quick and painless. unfortunately, I couldn't stay working for them. I found out I was pregnant almost immediately after hire and couldn't work for most of my pregnancy. I really liked the people and company though.
Interview Question – none of them were very difficult. if you've ever gone on an interview you'll be fine. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – they told me they started everyone out at $8/hr I didn't try to negotiate
In 1972, the first Sur La Table opened its doors in Seattle's Pike Place Market. Everyone from novice home cooks to professional chefs found a surprising selection of culinary tools from around the world—with plenty… — Full Overview
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