Costco's CFO reveals what you can learn when you arrive 30 minutes early to a job interview

– Costco's longtime CFO Richard Galanti will step down Friday after a 40-year career with the company.

– In an interview with Progressive Grocer, Galanti revealed a bit of advice he gives to students.

– Arriving 30 minutes early to an appointment can show you how a company's culture really is, he said.

After an impressive 40-year career with Costco, Richard Galanti will step down from his longtime role as CFO on Friday.

In a recent interview with Progressive Grocer, Galanti revealed a bit of advice he gives to students that goes beyond simply being on time for appointments like job interviews.

If you want to work with a company and are curious to know what its culture is like, you could always ask your interviewer — but their response might not be the most informative.

In other words, there's no real substitute for seeing things for yourself.

The warehouse club not only boasts the highest customer satisfaction scores each year, but Galanti also pointed out that the company keeps a relatively low turnover percentage in its workforce

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