Entering An Application FAQ
- How much time is required to complete an application?
- What information do I need?
- Can I enter more than one application, and can I apply for more than one position?
- How do I update my application?
- What is a session time-out?
- What is wrong when I am done with a page, and I click on the "Next" button, and I stay on the same page?
How much time is required to complete an application?
The time for completion will vary according to the amount of information that you enter. Typically, an application will require about 10 to 15 minutes to complete.
What information do I need?
To complete your application in a timely manner, please have the following information at hand, if it pertains to you - your address, phone numbers, e-mail address; dates and positions of previous employment at Moores; educational institutions with dates, cities, and states; current and previous employers with dates, positions, salaries, cities, and states; and a resume (in plain text format), which is optional.
Can I enter more than one application, and can I apply for more than one position?
In most cases there is probably no need for you to enter more than one application. Our managers look at your qualifications and will consider you for the position for which you are best qualified. With respect to work locations, even though you must select a favorite store you can select up to 14 other stores in a geographical area. However, if you are willing to work at stores in different parts of the country, then you would want to enter applications for each area.
How do I update my application?
Once you submit an application you cannot update it. You will need to complete a new application
What is a session time-out?
If you spend more than 20 minutes on one page then your session will time out. This means that any data that you have entered will be lost, and you will need to start the application process from the beginning. However, each time that you go to another page the session time out clock is restarted.
What is wrong when I am done with a page, and I click on the "Next" button, and I stay on the same page?
This means that there are errors on the page. The system will not allow you to proceed to the next page until the errors are corrected on the current page. Please review the page carefully looking for red text or exclamation points that indicate the error.
You still haven’t answered my question. What do I do?
If you have further questions, you may contact us in the following ways:
- Email us
- Write us at:
Moores Clothing for Men
129 Etobicoke, Ontario