The process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Red Robin in May 2010.
Interview Details – I went in for an interview after turning in an application and recieving a call by a shift manager named ( ), he was a really down to earth guy , real easy to get along with and feel comfortable enough to answer some of the questions that requuire some thought to your past work expeirnce. Like one of the questions asked to me "Tell me a time you had to react quickly to a situation and how you would handle that situation", which I kinda stumbled anyways but I still got a second interview for what i believe was me smiling, Greeting the "manager" style workers by name and introducing myself with my full name (minus middle, lol).
The second interview involved the store manager which he was a very relaxed and consistent interviewer it was a quick interview that was just a 1:1 conversation about my past expeirence, what I wanted to add to the company, also my own intrest (which I had listed some tech intrest I own on my re'sume) (aka: "Competitive Video Gaming", which sounds a bit unprofessional but in the right circumstances provide me with some good new people ice break conversations).
And by the way (btw) though I had some pretty cool and relaxed directed questionaire (interview) I always over think an interview before hand, but ive found talking to myself like a crazy person (hah) on the way to the interview about how great of a person and worker I'am it helps build my confedence before hand. Try it next time and scare some close by cars and probaly family members or friends while talking to yourself on the road.
"I am strong I'm the one man/woman that can truly work this job right"
Interview Question – Have you ever had to react quickly to a happening at the job or another situation? View Answer
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