Glassdoor has options on there for you to look up reviews on the company and interviews. Many people will tell you how their interview went there and even some questions they were asked.
These are a few that I can recall when I applied for a position at a bank, of course they will vary .
How would you handle a situation with an angry customer ? Use examples from your previous job to show that you can handle and resolve a situation quickly and professionally.
Describe your experience with computer programs and cash handling . Relate any experience you have with computers and cash handling from previous jobs
How do you handle competing priorities ? Use examples from your previous roles to highlight your ability to multitask
Describe what excellent customer service means to you ? This shows them how you would provide quality customer service .
Why do you want to work here? Highlight some of the aspects of the job and company that appeal to you. I typically research the company before the interview.
Hope this helps. Wishing you the best of luck !
What job are you interviewing for?
why is a manhole round in the street if you can answer that without googling it you will have no problems with any other questions don't cheat by looking it up it's very logical good luck with your interview
There appears to be a standard where the recruiter will provide you with a JD (Job Description) to review or you can find it on the company job website. Unfortunately, most companies and reputable companies seem to be disregarding their own job websites because they do not have the personnel to monitor, review and respond to the applicants and, when they do, it is pure wasted time because the applicants have already found a job elsewhere. The positive side of this is that lots of companies are paying fees to LinkedIn website to obtain REAL-TIME names of applicants actively seeking employment. When you review the Job Description, make sure that you have the "keywords" of tasks or systems you have used, and you can use them as talking points during the interview and show the recruiter your real value and knowledge. These keywords should be in your LinkedIn account and your updated resume for consistency. You may want to consider listing the four COVID vaccinations with the Lot Number since many companies will request this from you and you need to provide the Lot Number which is similar to a license plate number that has been registered with your name and can never be stolen since your name is permanently linked to that specific Lot Number according to the nurse who gave me the vaccines at the Veterans Hospital as I inquired about it. Hope this helps.