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Interviews at Publix
Interviews for Top Jobs at Publix
- Cashier (315)
- Deli Clerk (138)
- Front Service Clerk (89)
- Front Service Clerk (Bagger) (69)
- Grocery Clerk (66)
- Part Time Cashier (61)
- Bagger (58)
- Bakery Clerk (52)
- Produce Clerk (39)
- Stock Clerk (36)
- Sales Associate/Cashier (35)
- Customer Service Staff (30)
- Customer Service Representative (29)
- Deli Associate (29)
- Cashier/Bagger (29)
- Customer Service (20)
- Warehouse Selector (20)
- Pharmacy Technician (18)
- Stocker (15)
- Sales Associate (14)
- Cake Decorator (14)
- Clerk (12)
- Baker (11)
- Grocery Bagger (11)
- Front End Cashier (11)
- Meat Cutter (11)
- Associate (9)
- Grocery Stocker (9)
- Courtesy Clerk/Bagger (9)
- Selector (7)
Anonymous Employee in Lakeland, FL
I applied online. I interviewed at Publix (Lakeland, FL)
It took a month to get a phone screen. The recruiter cold called and asked questions. It took over a month to get an interview. Interview response took another month. There was also skills test.
- They have you present on an assigned topic.
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Atlanta, GA
I applied online. I interviewed at Publix (Atlanta, GA)
Simple question on how to handle set backs, and working in a team, how did i handle conflict in the past. Always ask for a higher pay or if they are opportunities to move up in the company.
- How did you handle set backs or problems in your previous job
What people are saying about Publix
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Anonymous Interview Candidate in Lakeland, FL
I interviewed at Publix (Lakeland, FL)
The interview was incredibly positive, with the interviewers placing a strong emphasis on interpersonal skills. Their friendly and understanding approach made the experience enjoyable, creating a comfortable and welcoming atmosphere throughout.
- basic Agile and QA questions
I interviewed at Publix
Very professional interview. They asked really good questions. Explained the work environment, benefits, salary, etc. I was told about different opportunities in the organization and the possibility for growth, education and success.
- What kind of schedule can you work?
Anonymous Employee in Flowery Branch, GA
I interviewed at Publix (Flowery Branch, GA)
Easy and relaxed interview. Told them my background and why Publix. Didn’t ask too many questions. I got offered on the spot after one interview. I started in the next few days.
- Why Publix? What is your availability?
I interviewed at Publix
Very easy, they called and set up an in person interview with me about a week and a half after I applied. I interviewed at two stores, one never called me back and the other hired me on the spot. The questions were simple and straightforward.
- Do you have customer service experience
Anonymous Employee in Miami, FL
I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Publix (Miami, FL)
It was easy and they didn’t ask much about your life and justice but they were just happy that they had you and they had a chance and you had to to
- What was the hardest challenge you’ve faced
Anonymous Employee in Lawrenceville, GA
I interviewed at Publix (Lawrenceville, GA)
good they just ask me basic questions it was simple and I got hired right then and there so don't worry just take your time and answer the questions they ask you
- Why do you want this job
Anonymous Employee in Tampa, FL
I interviewed at Publix (Tampa, FL)
It was good and felt safe. The manager was vary nice and I blearily felt scared and it was pretty fun. I also ended up with the job so it went smooth as well
- If i had any any out of school activities
Anonymous Employee in Florida City, FL
I applied in-person. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Publix (Florida City, FL) in Nov 2023
First I applied on the web, Second they send me email and message for an interview Third, they Súper friendly, professional, the same day the offer me how much and I took my drug test..
- They ask about me, where I worked before, and I asked them what the company was like and what benefits they provided.
Publix Interviews FAQs
Glassdoor users rated their interview experience at Publix as 78% positive with a difficulty rating score of 1.99 out of 5 (where 5 is the highest level of difficulty). Candidates interviewing for Instructional Designer and Purchasing rated their interviews as the hardest, whereas interviews for Associate and Auditor roles were rated as the easiest.
The hiring process at Publix takes an average of 13.6 days when considering 1,698 user submitted interviews across all job titles. Candidates applying for Associate had the quickest hiring process (on average 1 day), whereas Front Customer Service Clerk roles had the slowest hiring process (on average 240 days).
Common stages of the interview process at Publix according to 1,698 Glassdoor interviews include:
One on One Interview: 24.66%
Drug Test: 20.75%
Skills Test: 13.75%
Background Check: 13.62%
Personality Test: 7.14%
IQ Intelligence Test: 4.77%
Group Panel Interview: 4.29%
Phone Interview: 4.13%