Best Places to Interview: 2017 (#21)
I worked at Belk part-time
Friendly staff, pleasant customers, flexible shifts
Holiday hours, but good pay
Waited over 20 minutes for the hiring manager. She pulled my application by mistake. She was interviewing for some sort of dock worker position that unloaded the trucks. I told her I would be interested in that. I really needed a job and went to the trouble of showing up on time and dressed professional. I just wanted a chance. She wouldn't listen to me and proceed to tell me how she could just tell I would not like it. . I was insulted. She didn't offer to put me in touch with another manager for the position I originally applied for. So I basically wasted my time. I would suggest more professional training for their managers. Have more respect for people's time. Glad I didn't get an offer that day because I later found a great job. Belk is a waste of time unless you are desperate for a job and have time to waste on unprofessionalism. I would not recommend this company to anyone. This has been my second horror story when dealing with them. Should have learned my lesson the first time.
We enjoyed participating in the NRF Foundation Student Program this weekend! From the mentoring session to the career fair we appreciated meeting with the students who attended Retail's BIG Show. We look forward to the rest of the events at #NRF17! #RetailsFuture
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