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What is the interview process like?


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First is reviewing the application and Resume then comes initial interview with department superior then once they feel comfortable enough to go further the general manager interviews you and makes final decision for approval for employment.

Answered - Maintenance Engineer /Maintenance Tech. (Current Employee) - Hot Springs National Park, AR

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I sat in an interview panel during my tenure at the Embassy Suites as an observer and it was done ethically, and following all rules and regulations of the company.

Answered - Summer Intern in the Human Resources (Former Employee) - Miami Springs, FL

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Embassy suites called me to schedule an interview a few days after I submitted my application. My first interview was with the food and beverage director, followed by an interview with the assistant to f&b manager and then a short interview with the general manager of the hotel. They pretty much said they’d like me to start ASAP, so I then met someone in H.R and we went over some general information about how we get paid, etc.. After that I was taken on a tour of the property and then gave me the uniform to work the following weekend. Nothing out of the ordinary.


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Easy was hired immediately.

Answered - Lead Bartender (Former Employee) - Burlingame, CA

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I was interviewed by 3 employees and the General Manager.
All the typical questions were asked. My background, my plan in 3, 5, 10 years, Was I interested in any other department. My best and worse experience as a meeting planner or event.

Answered - Food and Beverage Supervisor (Current Employee) - Louisville, KY

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The interview process consisted of 4 interviews

Answered - Accounting Coordinator (Former Employee) - Austin, TX

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Interview process is long and tedious but worth it. There is a drug screening and about 3 sit down interviews with 3 different managers.

Answered - Assistant Guest Service Manager (Former Employee) - Huntsville, AL

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Multiple interviews with different Senior VP's

Answered - General Manager (Current Employee) - Embassy Suites Hotel Convention Center and Spa

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Just a normal interview

Answered - Banquet Server (Former Employee) - Hampton, VA

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2 interviews...It was like talking to someone I known for years

Answered - Room Attendant (Current Employee) - Kennesaw, GA

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