Warehouse Associate Interview Questions

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Amazon.com Interviews

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Uline Interviews

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Sep 12, 2014

Interview Question for Warehouse Associate at Uline:

“no difficult questions”


Sep 9, 2014

Interview Question for Warehouse Associate at Uline:

“No difficult questions”


Aug 27, 2014

Interview Question for Warehouse Associate at Uline:

“Nothing difficult about the interview process. Just nervousness on my part.”


Aug 26, 2014

Interview Question for Warehouse Associate/Forklift Operator at Competent Systems:

“The assignment that I was assigned three people was doing this assignment. Later on I was assigned to do this assignment by myself”


Aug 19, 2014

Interview Question for Warehouse Associate at Uline:

“How much do you want per hour.”


Aug 19, 2014

Interview Question for Warehouse Associate at Newegg:

“They asked how I handled a difficult experience at my previous job and how I could have handled it better. Good question.”


Aug 11, 2014

Interview Question for Fulltime Warehouse Fulfillment Associate at Amazon.com:

“No questions were asked.”


Jul 21, 2014

Interview Question for Prep Team/Warehouse Associate at Havertys:

“Federal law requires companies to make at least some allowance for assistance for jobs. They will ask you if you can lift 150#s without help. If you say no, you are not hired. And some of what you…”


Jul 19, 2014

Interview Question for Warehouse Associate at hhgregg:

“I was told that I was over qualified and they would give me a job if I wanted it, so being out of work I said yes and was told they would call me back”


Jul 15, 2014

Interview Question for Warehouse Associate at Amazon.com:

“No questions were asked.”