You should expect an interview with the DTL and/or APBP. Your STL recommending you means that you won't have to totally blow them away, but you still need to do well enough to convince them to trust the STL's judgment.Passed all three interviews within the store for the APTL position. What should I expect after all these interviews? STL has said he was recommending me for the position, not really sure what thay means.
I was told that the ETL position was not available for our store when I applied for APTL. I'm not completely sure but I don't think they even offer it anymore.Depending on store size/volume, etl-ap job goes bye-bye. Aptl replaces it.
I am a p-fresh, former greatland. We have etl-ap, but no aptl. Could be your location.I was told that the ETL position was not available for our store when I applied for APTL. I'm not completely sure but I don't think they even offer it anymore.
Our store has high volume (Were a Super Target, Former Greatland) but were considered low risk/shrink. I would assume though that they base it off shrink level, on who gets a ETL vs TL.
From what I've experienced when interviewing for new store positions, if they want you, you'll know very quickly, maybe even the DTL will say so during the interview. If they don't no one will want to be the one to tell you this; the ETL's will avoid you and refuse to make eye contact when you do see them.So I take it if I made it this far, there's a good chance I'll get an offer? How long after meeting with the DTL should I expect to wait for an offer?