The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas Interview Questions.

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It's always hard to know what to expect when going in for that interview -- and preparation can make all the difference. What is the interview process like at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas?

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Job Seeker in Oxnard, California

83 months ago

I went to the preliminary interview and hopefully I made the type of impression on the Human Resources Specialist that will allowed me to advance to a second interview with the hiring official(s). Also, I was wondering about what the 2nd interview process would be like, and what type of questions I can expect from the hiring official(s) at the Cosmoplitian of Las Vegas.

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jinny in Henderson, Nevada

80 months ago

I went to the first "group" type interview and it was cool. You go into the building and they give you a plac with "believe" or whatever word was on the one you were given, and you go into a room with a hiring person and they ask group questions, watch a video, and then do a worksheet.

They are really quick at getting back to you, I got a responce that same day for my 2nd interview. The 2nd interview is one-on-one with the hiring person for the department that you applied for. Its just like any other interview.

A couple days later they sent me an email (they respond to you through email to set up all of your interviews so always check it!) with a job offer (position,salary, ect). For this you have to log into your account, set up your appointment and fill out your new hire paperwork online.

From there I will let you know! My "on boarding" meeting is on monday so i will update.

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58 months ago

I don't agree with the hiring process of the Cosmopolitan Las Vegas! Even the other casino hotels on the strip talked bad about them when I had an interview with them. It's a beautiful hotel, but that's basically it!

The first interview is a group audition with a bunch of other people applying for the same or different positions. You even don't get a chance of speaking with the hiring manager even though you informed them that you would be coming from out-of-state and spending your savings for that trip. They don't care at all.

Not sure how the recruitment lady makes the decision either. You don't get to talk much about your past experience and skills. Are you sure they let you advance you to the next round based on your race, gender, etc? I also think that they already filled the position when I got there because I got a declined email right after that audition. Not cool and professional at all! At least have the courtesy of letting the applicant know that chances are weak or offer him/her a Skype interview instead.

My Las Vegas trip was still worth it because of the great experience I had with some of the casino hotels on the strip. I even got called in for a second interview to meet and talk with their area vice president or general manager!

Kudos to them and NOT to the Cosmopolitan.

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