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Family oriented company that really takes care of their employees. quarterly bonuses and a yearly one too. flexible hours. FUN atmosphere. Try out product, take it home to build, great discount. DM and RM come for quarterly visits, so everyone just keeps abreast with everyone and everything.
It's a considered a HIGH END childrens store. So even though LEGO has high standards on customer service and store presentation, it's difficult to upkeep when kids are wrecking the store and peeing everywhere.
Advice to Management
Always have a reason for whatever you decide to do if it's not per directive. Higher Management actually listens to you.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Declined OfferNeutral ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took a week – interviewed at Lego Group (Troy, MI) in June 2015.
Applied online, got called the next day and set up an interview. Went in to the store and had to fill out an application even though I already did online. Got taken to the food court of the mall by the assistant manager with one other interviewee, however they didn't tell me it was a group interview. Interview was very easy and straightforward, exactly what you'd expect applying for any retail store. If you have any social skills whatsoever you should nail this interview. Group interviews are extremely awkward so I was a little turned off by this.
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Toy blocks are the building blocks of success at LEGO. Keeping little hands busy worldwide for decades, LEGO Holding (dba LEGO Group) has made more than 480 billion of its interlocking toys. In a nod to kids' growing high-tech skills, the toymaker offers LEGO Mindstorms to build PC-programmable robots and BIONICLE sets that feature an evolving online story line. Other collections include LEGO Space Police and LEGO City. It makes its Star Wars and Indiana Jones toys under license with Lucasfilm. The group owns namesake retail outlets in the US and Europe and sells its ...