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Declined Offer – Interviewed in Orangeburg, SC – Reviewed Feb 5, 2013
Interview Details – Applied online and went to the store to take the skills assessment test. They called me in for an interview, but left out the part that they were only going to interview me for a part-time cashier position.
Interview Question – I was interviewed by two managers. They asked me TONS of question and the interview lasted 45 minutes. They made me think that they were not listening to me. One asked what were my job duties at my last job. I told them that I was a cashier, stoker, I cleaned, I was good at up-selling. . . then they turned around and asked me if I had experience on a cash register and if I was comfortable with upselling. Managers did not seem competent. Got called in to take a skills assessment test twice, after I completed one. The entire process what a waste of time. Answer Question
Reason for Declining – Did not interview me for the job that I applied for (pharmacy tech). Offered me less money than my last two jobs as an cashier. Only offered me three work days out of the week. I got more hours while studying at an college as a full-time biology student.
Declined Offer – Interviewed in Hollywood, FL Jan 2009 – Reviewed Dec 10, 2011
Interview Details – Already worked for the company. They were opening a central operations facility in SoFla. Interviewed to work in that facility, but the pay was ridiculously low. Had to take a data entry test and interviewed with district trainer.
Interview Question – What are your future goals? View Answer
Reason for Declining – Crappy pay rate.
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