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Giant Eagle Interview

32 Questions and Answers by Rachelle Enns

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Question 1 of 32
This position requires you to lift boxes up to 50 pounds. Are you physically capable of this task?
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Many jobs require some intermediate to heavy lifting. At Giant Eagle there will be new stock coming in all the time; some light and some heavy. Assure the interviewer that you are physically capable of assisting with the receiving of stock. If you do have limitations, this is the time to disclose them. You do not need to get overly personal with health issues, but you do need to be upfront and honest. Focus on what you CAN do versus what you cannot.

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Question 2 of 32
Our stores are open nearly 24/7. Are you able to accommodate early start times, late start times, split shifts, weekends, overtime hours, and holidays?
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The interviewer would like to know if there are restrictions on your availability. If your schedule is wide open, that is great - but, most people do have some conflicts in their schedule. Discuss your availability openly with the hiring manager.

Question 3 of 32
What do you know about Giant Eagle?
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The interviewer would like to know that you are engaged in the interview process and that you have researched Giant Eagle before attending your interview. Discuss a couple of the positive points you have come across and be sure to compliment the organization on a recent award or achievement.

Question 4 of 32
We are in a very competitive market. Why do you want to work for Giant Eagle?
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Discuss with the interviewer the reasons why working for Giant Eagle would be a top choice for you vs. their competitors. Personalize your answer by utilizing the research you have conducted on their organization.

Question 5 of 32
In this role with Giant Eagle there are a few levels of management. Tell me about your ability to accept guidance and feedback from multiple managers.
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Assure the interviewer that you are accustomed to working with multiple department managers at a time. Give an example of a time where you have worked with cross-functional management teams.

Question 6 of 32
At Giant Eagle our success is greatly based on the engagement level of our employees. Do you consider yourself a reliable employee?
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Assure the interviewer that you are ready to be a reliable and engaged team member. In which ways are you prepared to make an impact, if hired? How will you best show your appreciation for this position if Giant Eagle offers you the role?

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