BE ON TIME and take it from there!
Firstly, BE ON TIME & HAVE AN UPDATED COPY OF YOUR RESUME!!
In any interview, a good tip would be to maintain eye contact. If there's a group interview, make sure you don't go unnoticed.
For the "order filler/picker" position,
Ask questions such as:
"What does a successful employee at Mitsubishi look like?"
If it hasn't been discussed
"Would you describe in short
(or in detail) a typical day at work"...
Once a typical day at work is explained, this is usually a good time to "tie" the details of this job with your past/current positions.
(Doing so, along with your resume will let them know that you are familiar with aspects of this job).
Other questions would be:
"Do you use a KPI metric system"...
"What would you describe as the most challenging part of this position"...
"Are the team members
crossed-trained so they will be a better asset to the company"...
"How long is the training period for this position"...
Because this position starts off as a "temp position", and if it hasn't been discussed already, ask...
"How long does it typically take to convert to a permanent employee, and what are the measurements used in determining eligibility?"
Ask these questions, and others
and I guarantee you will definitely peak their interest.
If you are asked if you're available for overtime, say "yes".
Dress casual for interview, no need for suit/tie, dress/skirt...a simple polo-type collar and khakis will suffice.
NO TENNIS SHOES, T-SHIRTS OR JEANS!
However, if you do decide to wear jeans, ladies make sure they're dark colored, and dress them up with a blouse
Fellas, the same applies to you as well, w/the exception of the blouse part.
Please, please, PLEASE be ready to explain or answer these questions if asked:
"What do you know about Mitsubishi Motors...
Philosophy...current CEO...history of how company was started/time in business...
Other questions could be:
"Why did you apply for this position...
"Tell us something about yourself...
"Why should you be hired/considered for this position...
This is all from MY experience, and I hope this info gives a glimpse into the interview and is useful.
RELAX, PAY ATTENTION,
ASK QUESTIONS, be forthcoming with your answers, and all will be well!
Hope to see ya soon!
Be responsible for the task that you have.
Answered - Car Jockey/ Pull out Driver (Former Employee) - Bacoor Cavite, Philippines
Be yourself, be honest and forward....team effort was a plus. be prepared to assert yourself as a learning sponge.,Alot to learn on everyday basis,
Answered - Wind Technician (Former Employee) - Sarita, TX
I think good tips for doing well in any interview would be in being knowledgeable about the origin of the company, such as how long it's been in business, its philosophy or principles, any current news or events concerning said company, who their main competitors are (if any) as well as being knowledgeable of and stating your contribution to the position in which you're interviewing for. Also, it wouldn't hurt to have a LinkedIn profile
(and "following" the company).
Lastly, but most important, knowing who the CEO is😉