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Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Tumi in November 2013.Interview Details
I found the job opening online at Indeed and applied online. They were opening a new store in my location. About three weeks later, I got a call from the Store Manager asking me to meet for an interview. The interview was easy and the usual, lasting about 30 minutes. It was more of an interview to see how we would mesh and work together. They asked me the usual questions such as, tell me about a time when... or what did you do when... If you have been working in retail long enough, these questions are the norm and easy.
After the interview, they had me hand fill out an application and sign a background check form. I would be getting an email to do my background check and a personality check that night. By the time I got home, the email was waiting for me. It didn't take more than ten minutes to finish the personality test.
I got a call about a few days later with the formal offer. A week after that, the store team met to do more paperwork and training.Negotiation DetailsI was able to negotiate my pay during the interview as the manager let me know they were very interested in me. They offered me a number and I asked what the highest pay was for the position and pushed for that. Given my experience and years in retail, they agreed to giving me the highest pay. If you know you are worth it, push for it.Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
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Tumi helps the well-heeled get where they're going in style. The high-end designer and manufacturer, named after an ancient ceremonial knife, makes travel gear (including suitcases and backpacks) and caters to corporate travelers with precious cargo, as the company has its own Tumi Tracer tracking system for retrieving lost bags. Tumi, which makes Ducati luggage under license, also offers laptop covers, wallets, belts, phone chargers, and other accessories. Its products are sold in the US and in 65 other countries through about 100 of its own retail stores, websites, and...