The process took a day - interviewed at Whole Foods Market in November 2007.
Interview Details – Was a very good experience, scheduled interview quickly after calling HR person and submitting my resume online. The interview itself was friendly and informal, and they called me a couple of hours later to offer me the job. There was little more to it than that, and I really appreciated how quickly they informed me.
Interview Question – I was asked how I see the relationship between working in a group and working alone, and my dynamics of working in a team. Answer Question
I applied in-person and the process took a day - interviewed at Whole Foods Market in May 2008.
Interview Details – The panel consisted of 6 or 7 people from the store, including the two Assoc. Store Team Leaders. The questions were fairly general in nature, with only a couple of technical questions. I think I made a couple of mistakes: I didn't stress the fact that I had done similar work in the past and I didn't stress my ability to multi-task. I felt one of the ASTLs was suspicious because I had left a well-paying job to come to work at WFM. He kept going back to my work there. I think he thought I had been fired. (I wasn't.)
The joke was one them, though. They ended up hiring some creepy guy with NO experience. He talked a good game, though.
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