I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at Walmart in December 2011.
Interview Details – There is a 3 stage interview proccess. The first stage is a one-on-one with the department manager that you are interviewe for. If they like you then you go to the second part. The second part is a panel interview. You answer the exact same questions as you did before but there are 4 people in the room now. 1 person asking questions and 3 other people that listen to your answers. They sometimes ask follow-up questions after you answer a question. If they feel you are good then you are sent to the third stage of the interview process. This is where you are offered a job. A co-manager comes in and brings up the job specs for the job you were interviewed for, shows you the salary they are prepared to offer and asks if this is acceptable for you. If you agree, you are given a paper to take a drug test in the next 24 hours. They run a background check and wait for the drug test to come back and then you are hired. The interview takes place in the personnel office which has a couple of long tables with medal folding chairs. The employees seemed nice enough during the interview.
Interview Question – There were many difficult questions during the interview. I think the hardest one asked you to name a time in place where you designed a plan and then put the plan into action. It also asks about the results of the plan. View Answer
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