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Julie Jakubiec
about 3 years ago
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What questions will the interviewer ask?

We read/hear this all the time! And we're also often are asked how to best prep for an interview. So I thought I would address these both together (from a “what questions to prep for” perspective) and share something with you that I recently came across when researching what the most common interview questions are. Here's what I found.. https://www.uchastings.edu/career-office/docs/26.InterviewQuestions.pdf Now keep in mind that a number of these are directed towards a specific role, but the majority of them are universal. I hope this helps in your ongoing quest of how to prep in order to be able to clearly answer the questions in your interviews this week!

Good luck out there!

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Joseph Pineiro
about 3 years ago
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Meeting the right Manager

Meeting the right manager is very important ,just be yourself and the energy will start flowing ,and they will see that recognize that positive energy and cothatmpliment on that. You say to your self man I had it all along. You need that positive feed back because it makes you feel good and someone finally recognize that for a change.

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Barry Campbell
almost 3 years ago
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Positive interviewing

Be positive collection and calmn

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Fred Goff
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Funny, the best advice for this I think is simply how my Dad taught me to speak with adults before I even entered kindergarten.
"Firm handshake. " "Stand, or sit up, straight." "Look them in the eye as you speak with them. "

You'd be amazed how many candidates don't do this. An interview is a lot like a first-date. For better or worse, humans are hard wired to form quick opinions, and then we spend the rest of the time talking ourselves into or out of what we decided in just a few moments. That first impression matters. A lot!

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Rebecca Ferrari
about 3 years ago
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How long does a hiring process take?

#sodexo # followup #hiringprocess #interviewadvice

So I am an ex employee first time member with the giant company Sodexo. I am trying to figure out the hiring process since i am fairly still new with the company from the previous job I worked for with them...

They said on August 3rd that this job at the City of Hope in Duarte, CA I applied for and had an interview with the H.R. manager and food service manager. They said they would give me a chance to be hired as long as I passed a backround check. Now this is my first rodeo with an official backround check, this company ACHECK does the investigation. So when I received feedback on the copy before it was submitted to SODEXO, I noticed I had an unwanted unknown warrent I didn't know I had.

So i went to court to handle that issue and cleared it, emailed and informed sodexo's corporate security and corrected the issue also by calling ACHECK.

I feel like this process is the longest i ever experienced. I am on the edge of my seat politely and anxiously sending out curtious concerning emails every 4-5 days showing high interest and still wondering WHAT THE HECK IS TAKING SO DAMN LONG?!?!?!

Anyways lol sorry for the long rant. Just in my head a lil too deep and could use some positive feedback, advice or opinions. Just wondering if anybody else gone through this issue and seeing if this IS normally how the process goes and what not...does it seriously take a month or more?

Ugh so frustrated and anxious lol how can someone tell you you're suitable for a job opportunity then not be up to date with keeping you informed at all? I feel like I'm bugging...but i need this job?! Omg lol so confused. Sigh

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George Ziemer
about 3 years ago
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DO NOT be late!!!!

If on the way to the interview you had to save 65 kittens from a burning building, don’t expect brownie points (lol). I was late to an interview a few months back and let’s just say I didn’t get the job. If you miss the train, bus, your Uber driver went grandmother speed, or you got stuck in traffic then you are in deep my friends. I am sorry to say, but interviewers are not looking for excuses and they want to be taken seriously. Do you blame them? I don’t.

Showing up late says to the job that you don’t actually give a damn about their time and that you have other more important things you were doing that day before the interview happened. So another words do not be late! Life happens and sometimes we make mistakes, I know I have made plenty!

So here is my secret for making sure now that I am NEVER late for any major event. I leave MORE than enough time to arrive. I know simple right???? I leave myself over an hour of extra time to get there. Leaving myself enough time also let’s me unwind before I head into the interview. I usually park the car and take a few deep breaths. If you are more than 15 minutes early go grab a coffee, don’t head into the interview (they hate that, haha). I was 5 minutes late to that interview I mentioned and that job opportunity disappeared the moment I showed up. Don’t pull a me and be on time. LEAVE EARLY people!!

Any other ideas how to make sure to be on time?

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John Llewellyn
about 3 years ago
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it only lasted five min.

I had An intreview today at jack in the box but it only lasted five min is that normal

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Mark Klinedinst
about 3 years ago
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Just had a interview today.

So I had an interview with this company(signal 88 security) the interview went great the supervisor was cool as hell, straight forward person I really would like to work there but then an hour later another company gave me a call for a interview with them on Thursday what should I do?

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Morgan Bosko
about 3 years ago
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Benefit Exchange?

Has anyone ever tried to renegotiate company benefits before signing a job offer. My plan is to stay on my wife’s health insurance plan with her company and opt out of my company's health and wellness plan in exchange for more paid time off. Which of the common employee benefits can I exchange for more paid time off?

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Roxanne Lirette
about 3 years ago
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Interview

What's the best answer when asked why are you good for the job

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