Cash Office Interview Questions

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Lowe's Interviews

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Walmart Interviews

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Ross Stores Interviews

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Jun 14, 2014

Interview Question for Cash Office Associate at Kmart:

“If you found the office was $200 short, what would you do?”


May 25, 2014

Interview Question for Anonymous at Wegmans:

“Questions were as expected, nothing out of the ordinary”


Mar 20, 2014

Interview Question for Anonymous at Walmart:

“easy questions”


Aug 1, 2013

Interview Question for Anonymous at Sears:

“Name one time in a previous position where you exceeded the expectations required for the job?”


May 30, 2013

Interview Question for Cash Office at Giant Eagle:

“They have recently implemented a new personality type test that screens their applications. These seem to be difficult enough that we are having trouble filling positions. I don't feel this is a…”


May 30, 2013

Interview Question for Cash Office at Giant Eagle:

“I feel that they should be more willing to consider allowing full time to people. If you get a person who genuinely works hard and cares about their job they should be given a sort of job security.”


May 9, 2013

Interview Question for Anonymous at Randall's:

“Everything was relatively easy to answer for this question, but I could see someone who is shy having trouble answering the questions.”


Mar 22, 2013

Interview Question for Anonymous at Walmart:

“All of the questions were very similar, looking for a specific situation.”


Oct 4, 2012

Interview Question for Anonymous at Kmart:

“There were only standard questions, the most difficult being why do you want to work for K-mart, and is minimum wage ok.”


Jul 24, 2012

Interview Question for Anonymous at Six Flags:

“How can you make a park-goer's experience better? This is not unusual or unexpected, but he asked over 30 questions he read off from a sheet, and only wrote "notes" as answers to each one.”