Tips for dietary aide interviews.

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Do you have any tips to help prepare for an upcoming dietary aide interview?

Are there common interview questions that come up again and again?

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Wendy in Rising Sun, Maryland

78 months ago

Host said: Do you have any tips to help prepare for an upcoming dietary aide interview?

Are there common interview questions that come up again and again?

I was wondering the same thing...

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amy in Nepean, Ontario

69 months ago

Wendy in Rising Sun, Maryland said: I was wondering the same thing...

i was wondering the same thing ...........pls give me a tips

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msshayshay in Buffalo, New York

64 months ago

plse give me tips

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msshayshay in Buffalo, New York

64 months ago

Host said: Do you have any tips to help prepare for an upcoming dietary aide interview?

Are there common interview questions that come up again and again?

no

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mai in La Crosse, Wisconsin

58 months ago

what kind of question do they ask u?

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cindyp in Oshawa, Ontario

56 months ago

mai in La Crosse, Wisconsin said: what kind of question do they ask u?

Tell me about yourself. Tell me about a time when you had a problem with a co-worker. How did you handle it? Tell me about a time you had a problem with a manager. How did you handle it?

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dorothy in Long Term Care in Raleigh, North Carolina

56 months ago

If you are going to work in Health care and will be working in the kitchen, you need to come to the interview looking clean...Remember you are serving food. I would ask you if you knew when to wash your hands. I would also ask you, how reliable are you? How many sick days did you take off at your previous job? How do you provide customer service? Are you available to work overtime if needed, Will you work week ends?
When kitchen staff don't come in or are late, the food still must be served. It affects the entire facility. How will you handle it when you are working short of staff?

Most of the dietary staff I have seen are young,and don't realize they do have responsibility. Next question is, Can you tell me how you exhibit responsibility where you work, or if you worked here??

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Mamak Craig in Lakeland, Florida

36 months ago

gold Love in Lehigh Acres, Florida said: I would say that safety is the key. handle the both the cooking area and serving food carefully. be clean when handling food. Always try promote the resident safety.

Thank you Mamak

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