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I have been working at CCA Global as an intern (Less than a year)
Worked with senior staff, worked under a mentor, had weekly check in meetings to better understand progress, paid internship
Would not change much in the internship department, maybe just make sure that the interns get a better understanding of the company layout and all of the shortenings and jargon involved in the office.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through other source. The process took 7 weeks – interviewed at CCA Global (Saint Louis, MO) in June 2013.
I was conacted by a department head to interview @ their HQ. I spent 2-3 hours interviewing with VP of Training, Marketing, and Merchandising people. Although many people came in - out of the interview, (meaning I had to completely re- review my background 3X), all the people where professional, asked good questions, and I was impressed. I was asked to come back 2 weeks later to do a 1- hour "live" training presentation on any topic for a group of 4-6 people. I pulled a presentation from a previous company I ran, power point + lecture/talk. There were about 20 people in attendence that day. At the end of the presentation, the person who I contacted me- thanked me and told me the "next step" will be testing, etc. After 2 weeks passed I heard nothing, tried to contact the people I spoke with, but was not given any courtesy, "thanks, but we're hiring someone else" .
- Really nothing, but pulling together a 1 hour training seminar takes several hours of prep, so the fact no one got back in touch with me after many hours of prep and interviewing. They did ask me if I would consider working for them on a "contract" basis is case the new division they were forming did not work out. 1 Answer
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Business is "floor"ishing at CCA Global Partners. Formerly named Carpet Co-op, the company operates more than a dozen independent businesses and more than 2,700 locations in North America and abroad. Its largest units are flooring retailers Carpet One, with more than 1,000 locations in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and the US, and Flooring America, with about 550 stores in the US and Canada. CCA Global's other specialty retail operations include The Bike Cooperative, with some 300 memeber stores, and lighting products seller Lighting One. In addition to ...