Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Banana Republic
- Sales Associate (195)
- Sales Associate Part Time, Seasonal (24)
- Brand Ambassador (20)
- Sales Support Associate (18)
- Sales Support (10)
- Customer Experience Supervisor (8)
- Seasonal Sales Associate (7)
- Customer Experience Lead (7)
- Merchandise Presentation Supervisor (6)
- Assistant Manager (5)
- Stock Associate (5)
- Cashier (5)
- Cashier/Sales Associate (5)
- Sales (5)
- Retail Sales Associate (4)
- Manager (3)
- Merchandise Presentation Lead (3)
- Store Associate (2)
- Sales Associate/Cashier (2)
- General Manager (2)
- Team Member (2)
- Part Time Sales Associate (2)
- MPL Visual Coordinator (2)
- Sales and Stock (1)
- Sales Support Associate ( Brand Ambassador ) (1)
- Banana Republic Associate (1)
- Banana Republic, Sales Associate (1)
- Brand Ambassador/Sales Representative (1)
- Banana Republic Stock Supervisor (1)
- Back of the House/Stock (1)
Assistant Manager Interview
I applied online. The process took 2+ weeks – interviewed at Banana Republic.
I applied online and was initially contacted by a recruiter and went through a phone screen, set up with a GM interview, interviewed with the DM, and they made a decision from there. The process took about 2 1/2 weeks, just because I am already working full time and needed to find the time to meet with the GM and would miss phone calls from the recruiter.
- No difficult questions really, just make sure you prep yourself just like you would for any interview. The questions are pretty standard. Answer Question
Reasons for Declining
I declined because the pay was only $0.50 difference from what I was making and the volume of the store was 3x as much as where I was already working. There was no room for negotiation.
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I applied through a recruiter – interviewed at Banana Republic (Sevierville, TN (US)) in July 2013.
Well I applied online for the position and received an e-mail from the recruiter wanting to know if I would be interested in scheduling a phone interview with her. Of course I said yes, given the fact I was looking for employment. We set it up for the following Wednesday at 11 am. When that day and time came, I hadn't gotten any phone call. I waited 10 minutes because I wasn't sure if she was running behind schedule with other phone interviews, and then decided to call her. She didn't answer so I left her a message to call me back, and still haven't heard from her since. It is quite apparent that they desperately need more qualified and professional individuals working for their company.
- There was no interview to give a question. Answer Question
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I applied through other source. The process took 3 days – interviewed at Banana Republic (Leesburg, VA (US)) in June 2012.
It was very personal and behavorial. What did I expect from the company, what did I have to offer, how would I handle situations, how would I balance workload and customer service while leading a team. I felt very much at ease and relaxed. The interviewer not only ensured that I was what the company needed but that I would be set up for sucess.
There was no negotiation.
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Banana Republic (Boston, MA (US)) in August 2011.
It wasn't difficult but it was long and you go through several different people for multiple interviews.
- It's casual conversation. Overly scripted Answer Question
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I applied online. The process took 4 weeks – interviewed at Banana Republic in March 2009.
Started with an HR recruiter, she asked the standard interview questions. It took about an hour. She then told me about a few opportunities and set me up with the department manager.
The Department Manager interviewed me, again about an hour, standard questions - why do you want the position, tell me about your experience, etc.
Finally I interviewed with the District Manager who again, didn't ask anything too crazy.
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I didn't really negotiate, they asked what I made previously and offered me more than that.
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