Réponse du - Grocery Expert (Former Employee) - Kelowna, BC
I applied online which included a situational questionnaire to answer. Rec'd a phone interview to confirm available hours and a few other questions followed up by a face to face interview covering position info and a few more questions like favorite product and how you handle certain scenarios. Was an enjoyable experience made by those involved who put me at ease.
They gave us a hiring package, showed us a video on safety in the workplace but left the room for almost 15-20mins and then came back ask 2 or 3 questions and then we were hired. Terrible process and barely and training as well.
The interview was quite easy, they ask you a few questions based on your previous employment and experiences
Réponse du - HMR Clerk (Former Employee) - Toronto, ON
It is fairly good, if you consider telling employees one thing and then not delivering another.
Réponse du - Replenishment Clerk (Current Employee) - Steinbach, MB
highlighting the facts of how it is to work in each department
Réponse du - Salad Bar Clerk (Former Employee) - Prince Albert, SK
Fairly straight forward explaining the various departments and the goals and objectives.
Réponse du - Janitorial Services (Former Employee) - Cambridge, ON
Simple interview, they believe everything you write on the resume
Réponse du - Manager (Former Employee) - Toronto, ON
It was good, 5-8 minute interview talking about decision making and problem solving.
Réponse du - Part-time employment (Current Employee) - Mississauga, ON
Interview I received was questions why I wanted to work there? What I could offer company? Lasted about hour....was hired on spot
Réponse du - Supervisor (Former Employee) - Red Deer, AB