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Target Flow Team Member Interview Questions & Reviews

Updated Jul 19, 2014
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Flow Team Member
West Mifflin, PA

I applied online and the process took 4 days - interviewed at Target in July 2014.

Interview Details – I received a phone call within a day of applying for the jobs. When I arrived for my interview, I was asked to take a quick questionnaire on their computer system. The questionnaire has approximately 10-12 questions, some were math based and you had to use the graph provided to answer the questions. It was fairly easy and only took about 10 minutes. After completing it, I was asked to wait in the food court area until someone was available for the interview. I waited probably 10 minutes or so until she showed up. We went back into her office, which was very small. She had my folder that contained a print out of my application. We went over the hours I would be available and what the job entailed. I didn't think that this was one of the jobs I applied for, but continued the interview anyway. She had a booklet that contained questions that she asked me and she wrote down my responses. The first question she asked was "Why do you want to work for Target?" There were 3 other questions that had 3 parts to them: the problem, what I did, and the outcome. She once again recorded my answers. After completing those questions, she informed me that the person who hired for that department was off today and that I should expect a phone call within a day or so for either another interview or job offer.

Interview Question – What was sometime that you did your job above the expectations of the job?   Answer Question


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Flow Team Member
San Antonio, TX

I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Target in June 2013.

Interview Details – First I applied on-line and waited for about 3 days then I called the store so that I could speak to a hiring manager. Then she set up an telephone interview with me. After my telephone interview I had a face to face interview. The interview questions were fairly easy. Then they told me all the positions they had available and I choose flow team because they were paid 8.25 and it was only 3 days a week mandatory. But I was able to cross train for cashier so I could pick up more hours

Interview Question – There was really no difficult qestions   Answer Question


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Flow Team Member

Interviewed at Target

Interview Details – Applied online and got a call within a week to interview at the store. I dressed business casual and interviewed twice with both team leaders. I was offered the job on location.

Interview Question – Very generic questions. If you ever interviewed before you should be fine.   Answer Question


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Flow Team Member

Interviewed at Target

Interview Details – The entire interview was a two part process: a phone interview and then an in-person interview. The phone interview was rather early in the morning and a couple of days later, they call you again and you go to the specific store you applied to for the in-person interview. Personally, i would have preferred to just do a single in-person interview.

Interview Question – The most difficult-to-answer question the interviewer asked was to describe the last time I was a part of a team, the assignment we were given, and how we accomplished that assignment.   Answer Question


Accepted Offer

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Flow Team Member
Queen Creek, AZ

I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Target in May 2014.

Interview Details – I applied online and within that week I got a call scheduling an interview for that Monday at the store...kinda surprised me at how fast it was.

Once arriving at Target I was questioned by a Target member (Why Target? Name an experience where you had to deal with a lot of things at once. Name a time where you went above and beyond someone's expectations. What are your strengths and weaknesses. Have you ever worked in retail?) and she would scribble my answers down as I spoke. Afterwards she made me watch a short video about the position I was applying for and then told me to go back out and wait for the head of the department to talk to me. The department head greeted me, brought me back to the same room I was originally in and asked me the some of the same questions as in the first interview along with "Are you still interested? Did you learn anything from the video? Do you think you're able to move boxes and move at quick pace?" in which he would scribble down my answers. It was very brief and both interviewers were extremely friendly which made me a lot more relaxed since it was my first job. After talking with him I waited shortly for the HR lady to talk to me in which she offered me a job, told me about my drug test I had to take, and that she'd call me for orientation.

She did say 7-10 days for an orientation call but it ended up being a little more than 2 weeks; I didn't call because I didn't really stress about it. But after the call for orientation, I spent 4 paid hours dressed up in red and khaki along with 5 other new members where we filled a bunch of paperwork, watched boring yet semi-entertaining training videos, and then took a tour of the store - my first day was two days after.

I've worked at Target for over a week now and it's tiring. Everyone is extremely nice though but just be sure you eat a good breakfast in the morning, don't mind running around the store on your feet, and learn as you go because it is a bit fast.

Interview Question – Name a time where you had multiple tasks due, what did you do.   Answer Question


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Flow Team Member
Addison, TX

I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Target in April 2014.

Interview Details – Applied online at home, but for some reason it told me I had to finish the application process in the store. I went the next week to complete the application process. I waited for about a week and a half to hear from someone. I ended up calling the store to check the status of my application and was told they will be calling me back within the next week to set up an interview time. I was called back within 5 days to set up an interview, but was asked if I was able to adjust my availability, because on my application I put I was available from 8am to 10:30pm and they needed me to be available from 6:00am. I told them I really couldn't do that, but since I was in a desperate need of a job I said I could do it temporarily. The next week I went in for the interview, my first interview was with the Team Lead for the Flow Team. They just read from a sheet of paper interview questions and I guess gave it a rating. Then I was asked if I could wait and interview with the ETL for a second interview. I waited for 30 minutes. It was the same kind of process and questions from a general interview paper. I was told I had the job and to go meet with HR to finish the paper work. 2 weeks later I started my orientation and training.

Interview Question – Nothing really just questions asking what would you do in this situation, tell me of a time you had to do this.   Answer Question

Negotiation Details – None


Accepted Offer

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Flow Team Member
Everett, MA

I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Target in October 2013.

Interview Details – Applied online, got called for an interview 3 days later. The interview was pretty easy and straight forward. Got called by HR to do a pre-employment drug test, was hired right after.

Interview Question – How do you manage your time?   Answer Question


Accepted Offer

Positive Experience

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Flow Team Member
Antioch, CA

The process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Target in May 2014.

Interview Details – I Applied online and in 5 days I got a call saying they were interested in conducting an interview I accepted and 3 interviews followed the first one was a STL and that one was just as you would expect as was the interview with the ETL of Logistics and then an interview with the ETL of the HR department and I got a job offer right after the third interview concluded and went in for the drug test then about a week and a half later I started working

Interview Question – What is your biggest weakness?   View Answer

Negotiation Details – No negotiations rate of pay is $8.75/hr plus $1/hr extra for overnight


Accepted Offer

Neutral Experience

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Flow Team Member
Norman, OK

I applied online and the process took 5 days - interviewed at Target in March 2012.

Interview Details – Applied online. Took online tests that asked absurd questions like "What percentage of people do you think cheat on their income tax" and "What percentage of politicians do you think can be trusted?" They called a few days later for an interview. I arrived and was interviewed by an ETL. I then had to watch a video that showed members in a fast paced environment working hard. I then had to take a written test with about 20 basic math questions. I then interviewed with another ETL. I then met with HR and was told the job was $8.50 regardless of education or experience. You then take a drug test.

You are then scheduled for orientation and watch an anti-union propaganda video that makes it clear that Target is clearly anti-union and expects their workers to be the same.

You watch another absurd video where a prankster employee jokingly rams another employee with a shopping cart provoking a rude (understandably) response from the guy he essentially went out of his way to assault and harass, At the end of the scenario the guy who was minding his own business and was hit by the cart was fired. I kinda figured it would go the other way LOL.

Overall a lot of red tape and leg work to get hired at Target.

Interview Question – What is your greatest weakness?   View Answer

Negotiation Details – Non-negotiable $8.50.


Accepted Offer

Neutral Experience

Very Easy Interview

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Flow Team Member
Fenton, MO

I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Target in February 2012.

Interview Details – Easy interview regular questions like any other retail store nothing huge

Interview Question – Name a time you had trouble with a customer what did you do to resolve   Answer Question

Negotiation Details – none

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