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Derrick People
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Doom playz

Learn UPC codes and equipment to find things at the store

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Arjeta Hisenaj

Depends on where you are working as a stocker. Basics are knowing how to organize what you are stocking, being able to read & understand price tags/labels. You are usually required to climb, kneel, bend & lift (lbs depends on what type of product you will be stocking)

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Amy Redmon
over 6 months ago

STOKER

I need a job

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Elyssa Duncan

Hi @Susie Roberts - Before heading into your interview at Costco, here are some recommendations! Is your interview coming up? :)

  1. Read the full job description. Before heading into the interview, I would make sure you read the job description carefully to ensure you meet all the criteria of the job.

  2. Prepare for your interview. Arrive at the interview 5 - 10 minutes early, and do some prep work so that you feel prepared and confident! Brush up on some of the top interview questions, learn how to navigate tough interview questions, and be sure to do your research about the company before walking in. You'll also want to know how and when to follow up after an interview.!

  3. Decide what you are wearing. Here are tips on how to dress for a virtual interview, though the main ideas are the same whether the meeting is in person or virtual. Keep jewelry to a minimum, dress in business-casual attire, and make sure you lay everything out the night before so that your outfit is free of wrinkles!

If you are open to other opportunities, be sure to head to our job search tool. Best of luck, Susie!

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Billy Orozco
3 months ago

Need a job. #retail #stocker

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Lenin Pina
Community Specialist
over 6 months ago

Hiring Hundreds of Grocery Store Jobs!

SAS Retail Services looking to fill thousands of full & part-time, entry-level and experienced positions in grocery stores across the country.

"the pandemic has brought unique challenges but also opportunities for work." - SAS Retail Services

Why SAS Retail Services?

SAS Retail Services supports retailers in their efforts to drive sales by ensuring the latest products are on their shelves, setting up merchandise and promotions, analyzing what products are moving, and remodeling their stores. Some of the industries we support include grocery stores, drug stores, and home and hardware stores.

Who should apply?

To do this successfully, SAS Retail Services is looking for self-motivated individuals who are customer-service oriented, enjoy using technology, thrive in a fast-paced environment, and love working with a team to solve our clients’ biggest challenges.

What does SAS Retail Services offer?

SAS Retail Services offers on-the-job training, career advancement opportunities, flexible hours, and full- and part-time benefits.

Associates are dedicated to delivering the best service to our clients and doing whatever it takes to get the job done, while at the same time having fun.

Interested?

SAS Retail Services offers several different types of job opportunities in the retail industry. Click on the career link below for more information and use that link to apply to job(s) that meet your interests. Thank you!

SAS Retail Services - Careers - Application Page

#hiringevents #Grocery #Stocker #OrderFiller #Warehouse #CustomerService

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Lawrence White
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Amber Hawkins
4 months ago

need help finding a good stocking jobs #interview #stocker

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Enrique Gomez Montanez
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Eleana Bowman

Howdy, @Enrique Gomez Montanez - I found some stocker jobs near you! Click here to view the job search results.

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Roc Talley

can you do a tax write off for money you donated to help your child doing the pandemic?

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John Carrillo
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