Naturally nervous. The interviewing staffers are professional and considerate, relieving the nervous feeling within a few minutes into the interview.
Brief for those who have paid for the training course and done well in it.
Answered - Tax Specialist (Former Employee) - Jacksonville, FL
The gentleman that interviewed me was very interesting and a family man. He made the interview very easy. Might of helped because his wife was his assistant so she was there and they had there new born baby with them
Answered - Office Coord, Adm Assist, Senior PR Bookkeeper (Former Employee) - Winter Haven, FL
You take the Tax class, you fill out an application at the end of the class
Answered - Tax Preparer (Current Employee) - New Orleans, LA
My interview process is like , I have to dress professional and I go into a office and wait in lobby to get called in to a desk with a manager . The questions I am asked is how do I work with as a tem or by myself better . Other questions are like 'Why are you a good fit for our company "
Answered - Receptionist and Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) - Fontana, CA
Yes like help evrybody that like go there.
I would review your application then ask questions. Review the resume and have a one on one interview. Then later follow up with past jobs and references
Answered - Manager/Tax Professional (Former Employee) - Killingly, CT
Not good. no substance. poor upper management. a lot of turn over.too short. just listen - no input from me. management is not skilled in the interview process.
Just like a normal interview. You will need to take some classes and pass them to make surre you know their soft ware and how to do a tax return but they offer many classes and a wide range of help for you farther your career
Answered - Receptionist/Tax Preparer (Former Employee) - Fort Wayne, IN
It was an easy process
Answered - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) - El Paso, TX 79936