More casual, more on personal questions.
Réponse du - Customer Service Assistant/ Counter Hand (Former Employee) - Bexley NSW
The interview process was very relaxed, standard question, work experience, if your a team player, what your looking for in the job you applied for etc.
Réponse du - Deli Manager (Former Employee) - Stroud, ON
Same day interview by phone after I passed in my resume. The process was as good as can be expected with a phone interview in an area with spotty cell reception.
Réponse du - Grocery clerk (Current Employee) - Provost, AB
Questions like this will follow: what is your availability, how many shifts would you like a week etc.. They will tell you what it's like to work there. They will most likely follow up with a phone call within a few days or just hire you on the spot (I was).
Réponse du - Bakery/Deli/Coffee Bar Worker (Former Employee) - Coquitlam, BC
Réponse du - Cashier/Customer Service (Current Employee) - 110-909 Burrard St, Vancouver, BC.
If you go see the boss and say "I would like to work here" she will tell you what she wants you to put on your CV. I brought in my CV and a few months later I got a call from the "big boss" (the one I mentioned in the review) and she told me to come see her. She brought me in her office, gave me a time and date to start working and gave me a huge pack of papers to be read/filled out. Their was not really an "interview" process.
Réponse du - cashier (Former Employee) - L'ile-bizard, QC
Pretty common and simple. you answer and few questions and discuss the job and do a simple adding and subtracting math test to be a cashier.
Réponse du - Cashier/Customer Service/Office Assistant (Current Employee) - Winnipeg, MB