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I loved working for Stewart's and was sad when I had to leave. Their benefits are among the top reasons they are a great place to work.
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Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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Very much behind the curtain "oz-like" hiring approach. The position applied for was a professional / management level position requiring a college degree and several years of industry specific experience for which I am qualified. A few days after sending my resume I received an email (no reply to address) directing me to complete their on-line application which was very lengthy and intrusive. A few weeks later I received another email (again no reply to address) requesting I come to their office to complete their "plant application". When there I was given a 5th grade math quiz and asked for enough information to do a background check (no possible issues there). The receptionist said I should return the following Monday for an interview if the HR Manager was available. I asked her to set a time and let me know when to be there. I never received a call or email and became very annoyed with the whole process. After another month or so I received the don't call us we'll call you - thanks but no thanks email. For a company that plays so heavily off the "family business" image you would think a bit more personal approach to their hiring process would just be the natural thing to do.
- If Johnny received a shipment of 5 pallets with 10 cases on each pallet how many cases did Johnny receive? 1 Answer
I scream, you scream, we all scream for Stewart's ice cream -- especially if we live in upstate New York or Vermont, home to more than 330 Stewart's Shops. The chain of convenience stores sell more than 3,000 products, including dairy items, groceries, food to go (soup, sandwiches, hot entrees), beer, coffee, gasoline, and, of course, ice cream. In addition to its retail business, the company owns about 100 rental properties, including banks, hair salons, and apartments, near its stores. Stewart's Shops, formerly known as Stewart's Ice Cream Company ...