Frank Chanar
about 2 months ago
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Poor Interviews

All the interviews I taken never worked ,the interviewer says he or she has 4 more after me,...lol

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Jordan Tockey

Sorry to hear that friend. It seems like everyone is hiring but decent jobs are more competitive. Maybe consider interview coaching or practice.

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LeKeisha Gash

Yes I totally agree. Its the same on my end. They should just be honest and say you are not what they looking for. I hate even filling out apps now a days BC of that crap.

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Charles Amster

As a former Supervisor, I can tell you that when they tell you more Interviews after you, or we will email you within a week, it is a good sign that you were not selected. This is what HR instructed us on. If we needed drivers, and they were a good candidate, first was an interview with 2 Supervisors. If after that, we agreed you were good, we would ask if you had time for a road test. Most processes took about 2 hours. After the road test, if you passed, we would give the job offer on the spot and send you for a drug test. We would instruct you not to give notice to your current job if you were already employed until after we called you back which would be after the background check and drug test came back satisfactory.

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Jon Battles

Yeah its always egg walking experience with interviews, especially when you may have a red flag under the belt like me with a lifting restriction. Just keep on trucking bro, thats all we can do.

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Charles Amster

Frank try the Food delivery service. They are usually in need badly for drivers. If you don't want the physical labor involved, you can get doubles endorsement and run shuttles overnight from warehouse to various shuttle sites. In some instances, if you aren't close to the warehouse, they will allow you to start at a shuttle site near your home and run empty trailers to warehouse on the first run and bring back full loads with you. Usually you would do 2 trips a night, Sunday through Thursday. Usually 75 to 140 miles each way depending on the logistics and traffic patterns where you are. Hope this helps. Try US Foods, Sysco, Performance Food Group, Reinhart, Gordon. All pay well. Good luck!

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Elyanna Singh

What gets me is a lot of these interviewers don’t have degrees and just by luck got there foot in the damn door!!!!! A lot of people judge you in every way! You have to keep looking and try not To hate these bum ass interviewers. 🙏🏼♥️

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Julie McDermott

In addition to a lot of good advice here, one thing I have always done in the past, after the interview is almost over, when they say do you have any other questions, I say “Not really a question, but could you give me a quick tour.” It shows that your not wanting to rush right out of there and that you’re excited for the opportunity. Has worked REALLY well for me and I don’t think anyone has ever said no. You want to be stuck in their memory, especially if there are several interviews after yours. Also, ALWAYS ALWAYS ALWAYS send a thank you email or card in the mail saying how excited you are and for them taking the time to speak with you. It goes a long way and seems like less people do that anymore. Best of luck!

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Peter Roberts

Before you go out on an interview...maybe a day or two before....check your mirror. Seriously, take a hard look at yourself in the mirror. What do you see? Your regular old self? Imagine what the interviewer is going to see. Will his/her view match yours? Why not? Now, answer that question,"why not?", with what you need to change. A haircut? A shave? A clean shirt? The simple stuff that we all take for granted....and too often let slide. Next up is your language. Talking street all the time gets into your way when you want to talk sharp. A day or two before the interview, hang heavy with folk who talk sharp. Let their talk work its way into the back of your head. With luck, you will be talking sharp in the interview. What I'm giving you here is about first impressions. You look sharp, talk sharp. Ace the interview on your good look'n sweet talk'n self.

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Paula Curry

That means they are trying to pick the best candidate for the job therefore they have to interview everyone before making a decision. Who knows their could have been some before you. Stay positive.

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Tatiana Vishnepolsky

The citation is reflecting a job market: not enough jobs. That’s why they are so picky, they have a huge choice After all, job is offered to someone they already know through connections or someone who is good fit personality wise in addition to the skills set.

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