Be prepared to ask what you feel is needed to go forward there. Because they won't volunteer anymore.
Answered - SR. CREDIT ANALYST (Former Employee) - Warren, MI
Be ready to learn. They don't want people who are satisfied with staying in one job or role at the location in Chas. SC.
Answered - Set Up Mechanic (Former Employee) - Charleston, SC
Know the job inside and out prior to the interview.
Answered - Field Services Representative (Former Employee) - Fountain Valley, CA
Just be honest and confident.
Answered - Purchasing Clerk (Current Employee) - Mount Prospect, IL
Keep a flexible attitude
Answered - Electronic Technician (Current Employee) - Charleston
Its a very long period in interviews and they perform physiologic tests
Answered - Product Coordinator (Former Employee) - ciudad juarez
Be prepared to work hard or not at all.
Answered - Machine Operator (Current Employee) - Florence, KY
Have common sense
Answered - Operator/GP-12 (Former Employee) - Florence, KY
Make eye to eye contact
Answered - Assembler/Material Clerk and Inspector (Current Employee) - Charleston, SC