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Employees rate Denver 1.5% higher than the overall average
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I have been working at Sports Authority full-time (Less than a year)
Great hours, flexible schedules and some of the most amazing people I've worked with. It's very difficult to say goodbye to a company that treated me so well.
Bankruptcy is the biggest downfall, other than the occasional griping and complaining from associates toward the management and the job in general. mostly the product of those who didn't enjoy their job.
Advice to Management
Since the company has dissolved, I just hope that you all bring the same integrity to any other job/career that comes your way, it was a pleasure.
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at Sports Authority (Denver, CO) in March 2009.
Took less than 1 week after I applied to get a call from HR. The interview process consisted of a phone interview followed by a site visit 2 days later. The site visit was with my future supervisor for about 45 minutes and with a team member for about 20 minutes. I then received an offer a few days later.
I did not negotiate my salary which was a mistake. Make sure you negotiate as they try to low ball you with their first offer.