My interview for the Work From Home/In Office Customer Service in Orlando and it was two hours. I went from nervous to completely comfortable. He asked me what felt like ten 3 part questions each, and then two additional questions there after. They all had to be specific to me and what I experienced no general answers, and It was a conference call with the Manager in Salt Lake City.
What is the interview process in nyc to become a sales associate for Marriott vacation club? Besides having an active real estate license, what else is a requirement to sell from the NYC office?
My interview started off with the directore of HR and the Pastry Chef that I would be working with. Mostly asked questions pertaining to my resume and more questions when I showed them my portfolio. Asked a couple of those great, "Explain a situation when/how you dealt with it" questions. The executive chef came in and asked me a couple of questions. Then I was told I would hear from them in a few days. Fingers-crossed.
I was sitting and waiting to meet with the gal to interview with me from HR and this lady was walking by and said hello and we got to chatting for awhile when she finally introduced herself to me as the director for the position I was interviewing for..Got the job right there and then..lesson here..".always be professional and laugh when appropriate and have a good time" you never know who you're talking to happy hunting and good luck..
Exellent professional process action result .
Okay and fast
Answered - Front Desk Night Auditor (Former Employee) - Las Vegas, NV
It's very simple and short. They explain the company policies and the benefits they provide, than they ask questions on your experience for the position you applied for.
Answered - Room Attendant (Former Employee) - Oklahoma City, OK
Great, very professional, nice to communicate and nervious free.
Answered - Housekeeper (Former Employee) - Lakeland, FL
They have a list of questions and like any other job they pick some or all and have you answer them on how you'd react in certain scenarios to see if you are a good fit for the company.
Answered - Front Desk Receptionist (Former Employee) - Saginaw, MI
STAR Interview process. Situation, Task, Action, and Result. Easy if you have the examples you will use ahead of time.
Answered - Manager (Current Employee) - United States