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I have an interview at Kmart do you need experience to work their?

I applied for the loss prevention associate job opening. I wanted to know if you need experience in order to get hired. I have no experience but a Security guard license and completed training course. Will i need experience to get the loss prevention job at Kmart?

Asked By: Berserker - 7/12/2008
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I used to work for kmart and I can tell you first hand that NO you do not need experience to work there. They actually prefer to hire new workers without experience because they can train them easier on their store policies. They look for someone who is responsible, committed to their job, and a hard worker. If you... More
Answered By: harisdanielle - 7/13/2008
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if you can pronounce your name, write it down and treat all people equally, you are on your way; good luck!
Answered By: kemperk - 7/12/2008
 
Just like most jobs they probably will train you for the position. So after they teach you the basics, play a game of football with your buddies so you can practice on tackling people.
Answered By: Mr. Hot-Shot! - 7/12/2008
 
There is usually no experience needed for that position. Experience helps - but isn't required.
Answered By: The Dragon - 7/12/2008
 
NO, THEY WILL TRAIN YOU .
Answered By: David S - 7/12/2008
 
I don't think so. Lots of people start out a kmart. Good luck.
Answered By: Vet of the future - 7/12/2008
 
As with every position, your employability depends on whom you are up against and what job you are applying for. In your case, I would think that KMart would be looking for a little more than some rube off the street, but I would think that your training and license that you should be pretty well qualified. But who... More
Answered By: Scott K - 7/12/2008
 
No... More
Answered By: deskwalker@sbcglobal.net - 7/13/2008
 
Hey DDKKA Spose like any job want good atitude. Places have peep places @ dressing area. Yea look 4 vents in wall, ceiling esp old stores. I know.
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Answered By: pervyretard - 7/13/2008
 
Basically, the LP associate simply walks around the store and performs a variety of merchandise audits on paper. No license is necessary - Sears will not give you training so you can carry a gun or arrest an obvious shoplifter. My understanding is that, if hired, you will be sent to another store to work under a... More
Answered By: honesthonesty - 7/13/2008
 
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