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I worked at The Children's Place part-time for less than a yearPros
The management is friendly, engaging, and always thinking of ways to improve. They are helpful, easy to approach and talk to, and ready to help both the customer as well as their employees. Schedules are flexible, and managers are accommodating and very fair and understanding.Cons
Hours are inconsistent. It is difficult to determine a stable or consistent paycheque, as you could work an abundance of hours during the holidays but then drop to only a few in a week immediately after.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
The process took a day - interviewed at The Children's Place in August 2014.Interview Details
I applied online and got a call about a week later. The interview wasn't hard, it was a group interview with me and one other girl. We just sat down with the manager and talked about our experience and why we're a good fit for the company, the usual stuff. Then the manager had the other girl and I go out on the floor to try our hands at working the storefront for a while. Overall the interview was easy and the manager made us feel very at ease.Interview Questions
No OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
- What was a time where you had to take the lead? What was the outcome? Answer Question
- Why do you want to work for us? Answer Question
- You're in charge of greeting customers, a little boy is running around throwing clothes everywhere and a customer is at the same time asking for your help. What do you do? Answer Question
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If The Children's Place Retail Stores had a grandma, she'd proclaim, "My, how fast you've grown!" The clothing retailer operates about 1,060 Children's Place stores, primarily in malls and outlet centers throughout the US and Canada. It also sells apparel online. The Children's Place outfits children from newborn to 12 years old in its own brand of value-priced apparel, shoes, and accessories, most of which is produced by manufacturers in China, Vietnam, and Africa. In 2008 the retailer exited its 200-plus-store Disney Stores retail business (30% of sales), which it...