It can be an easy process if you’re recommended. Despite its size it still has a small company mentality.
Just go in ready to be fully honest, understand that your training courses are like 10% of the job and the rest is gonna be hands on experience, they basically pull you into the office and ask you the questions like "Name a time you've overcome an overwhelming situation" "Name a time when you've dealt with a difficult customer" "Name a time when you've worked in a group environment and how you handled confrontation".
Be energized and happy to be there.
Help job seekers learn about the company by being objective and to the point.
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