Same, l asked them to call back in a couple of days since l was sick so l didnt want to do the phone interview, they also never called back like they promised.iamsickofyear12 said:I got a phone call from them when I wasn't home. They never called back. I think they just crossed me off the list. I don't know if I got back on the list or not because I don't remember my login information and the email I used to sign up with expired.
This happened several months ago and I have a better job now anyway.buzzcut89 said:^Most people are slack with chasing you up...maybe you should call them back and say you got a call from them and are returning it? If your still looking for a job
no no, you're doing the right thing. i've been applying for almost 2 years now too, no luck, and i got a job elsewhere, so yeah. don't pay attention to that check out chick. if the manager doesn't call you in the next two days, call again or just go to the store and ask for him.buzzcut89 said:I just rang my local Woolworths store....and the store manager wasn't there.
So the checkout chick or whoever answers the phones there, asked me what I wanted to inquire about. I told her emplyoment and she started telling me "You have to do that all online"
I told her I'd applied nearlly 2 years ago and STILL hadnt heard anything
"Oh...you just have to keep trying."
I was thinking in my head What an idiot....
So then I asked her if she could get the store manager to call me back when he is back in. She sighed and then took my details.
Am I doing the right thing by calling them or is the store manager just gonna tell me the same thing??
yeah its pretty quick in-out, make sure u bring ure resume cause they will ask for it, and dress really professionally. Basically they are just making sure u arent a freak, and that you will get along with the rest of their staff. If you come accross as friendly and dont piss them off you should be fine, plus your female so extra points there the interview with only go for like 15min max, but they could have u waiting for a while before the interview, and if u r successful they might give you a quick run down of whats expected of you from that point, and give you a tour of the back of the store. so i would expect the whole thing to go for a max of 1 hour, if you can get there 10 mins early, thats a really good sign to the managerviviena said:Does anybody know how long a interview with the store manager (the final one?) typically lasts? Since Serius and others make it sound so easy (ohpleaseletitbeeasy), is it just a quick in-and-out thing of a couple of minutes?
Ditto. Thanks so much for this thread! I read this last night.willed said:Just want to say thanks a bunch for this thread, Serius. I have my induction at Woolies on Saturday the 11th. It was actually an alright process. I went to the group interview after they phoned me and told me that there was a position that I wanted available. I had my individual interview with the long-life manager straight after the group one (this was all last thursday) and they phoned me this morning to say I got the job (night-fill at my local store) ^__^