Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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Catering Liaison Interview
I applied online. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Whole Foods Market (Chicago, IL) in January 2014.
Initial phone interview led to a face-to-face interview which lasted about 20 minutes
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Other Interview Reviews for Whole Foods Market
Catering Liaison InterviewNo OfferPositive ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 5 weeks. I interviewed at Whole Foods Market (Atlanta, GA) in March 2013.
One must apply online, but it really helps to have an inside contact hand carry a resume to the hiring authority. After the first interview, depending on the level of the job, there will be a few folks who get a second interview...that entails trips to the facility to interview several team leaders and team members about what they do and how you can help them do it better.....then a panel interview with several team members...some positions require the development of a plan of action for the specific job. They are very interested in a candidate's ability to fit into the teamwork, yet self-motivated, culture. They have a good reputation among their employees, and it shows as you talk with people....very friendly and helpul bunch! Team leads are by and large solicitous and courteous to deal with.
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Catering Liaison InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. I interviewed at Whole Foods Market (Birmingham, AL) in September 2012.
I was asked to come in for an interview at the Mountain Brook, Alabama store. The manager was very punctual, offered me water. I talked with 4 different people- all of whom were very nice and asked good, general questions concerning what I thought the job would be and why I was interested. The asst. team leader in charge of the interview told me at the last to be sure and research the company. I memorized the core values and basic history before the 2nd interview. When I came back for a panel interview with 4 team members they asked questions concerning my catering experience, what I expected, a sample menu I might use at an outdoor event, portion sizes I would estimate per person, (that was the one I was most unsure about. I didn't think to go over that) There was absolutely nothing concerning my experiences in customer service, but I believe the questions they asked were much more pertinent to the job at hand while the usual, "tell me of a bad experience while dealing with customers is more of a filler question when you have nothing better to add. After the basic introductions, I began by stating the core values of the company and that I realized how important they were. They loved that I had cared enough to read up on the company. It went very well, other than being unsure about portion sizes, but I was still rather nervous. I knew I was up against one other person. I was so happy to find that I got the job. Good pay, full time and I'll be doing what I love, meeting and helping people, building a clientele for the catering services of my store and Whole Foods in general. It's going to be so much fun!
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I didn't need to. They offered me a dollar more an hour than I had asked for on the application.