I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Embassy Suites.
Interview Details –
Filled out an online application trough indeed.com. Received a call from HR and did a phone interview. Basic bartending experience quesions - what does good customer service mean to you. Describe good teamwork. Tell me about a time a customer had a complaint/problem and how did you resolve it. One week later, received a call from Catering manager to come in the following day for a face to face interview. Went in the next day, arrived 5 minutes early , met F&B Manager who told me to take a seat in the lobby/lounge area. He came by 5 minutes later and we had the interview right in the lobby/lounge. He asked some of the same questions the HR girl did but also some new ones like - How do you cut off a guest who is intoxicated. Name something you didn't like about your previous job.
He was a very nice young man, but he kept looking over my shoulder watching what was going on behind me, which makes me think he wasn't too wowed with my answers
Interview Question – Tell me about an argument/disagreement you had with a manager or other bartender and how did you resolve it. View Answer
I applied online and the process took 5 days - interviewed at Embassy Suites.
Interview Details – Very brief interview, manager asked simple questions such as "describe a time you went above and beyond for a guest."
Interview Question – There wasn't anything difficult. Answer Question
Reason for Declining – better opportunity elsewhere
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Embassy Suites in November 2013.
Interview Details –
Relocating from Orlando to Atlanta, first had phone interview with DOS, then with GM.
Flown up for interview on Wednesday, job offered on Friday, moved to Atlanta the following week.
Interview Question – did not really have any difficult or unexpected questions. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – very agreeable
I applied in-person and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at Embassy Suites in October 2013.
Interview Details – I was interviewed by 3 different people for about 30 minutes a piece, the process was straight forward,quick via background checks, physical and testing for the position. Everybody were very professional and pleasant to interact with...A+.
Interview Question – How would you handle a coworker stealing? View Answer
Negotiation Details – I was able to max out the top wage for the position.
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at Embassy Suites.
Interview Details – I had a very friendly conversation with the hiring manager. He provided me with a parking pass (not easy to come by in the downtown area) after the interview, which was greatly appreciated. We first started off by discussing my resume and then moved onto stock questions which he said were necessary to ask. He offered me the job after the interview and asked me to call him back within the week to let him know if I was interested or not.
Interview Question – Most questions were centered around customer service, which I found challenging as my previous jobs were not customer-related. View Answer
Reason for Declining – I found another job more suitable to my interests.
I applied in-person and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Embassy Suites in May 2013.
Interview Details – Applied in person, got a call back a week later for an interview. The interview was relaxed but detailed, and then got a call a couple days later asking if I wanted the job.
Interview Question – What is a trait that you don't like in people? Answer Question
Interviewed at Embassy Suites
Interview Details – Met with Human Resources Director first for initial screening, then passed to Catering Director. After that called in a couple weeks later to have a interview lunch with DOS & GM. Offered job a week later. You must do a drug-screen and then orientation as well as online training systems.
Interview Question – It depends on the interviewer but I had a lot of scenario questions when interviewing with the DOC, other than that it was just them getting to see if your personality is a good fit with the sales team. One question was how would you deal with a client that insisted that they had to have a beef main entree but did not have the budget to do so... Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Did not negotiate...fair offer for my experience at the time.
I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Embassy Suites in January 2013.
Interview Details – This experience and process was a very enjoyable one. I was contacted for a first interview and two days after that interview was contacted for a 2nd interview. The first interview was with the HR Director and GM of the property. The 2nd interview was with the Director of Catering and Asst. GM. Both interviews were comfortable.
Interview Question – Most questions were easy to respond to and based on industry...most difficult was your typical interview questions...why should we hire you etc. Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Embassy Suites in November 2012.
Interview Details – Submitted an online application and was called to come in for the interview three weeks later. The position was in the Casino and I waited for at least 30 minutes before I was interviewed. The supervisor and manager interviewed me together and give me all the specifics about the job. The interview took place in the lobby area near the casino. Both people interviewing me seemed somewhat unorganized and busy, the interview was interrupted several times.
Interview Question – Would I mind dressing up like a carrot? Answer Question
Reason for Declining – The pay was low, I don't have a car and the hours were 6pm-4am (three days a week) and 4pm-2am (twice a week).
I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Embassy Suites.
Interview Details – I applied online through a job board...either indeed or simplyhired I can't quite recall. I was contacted about a week later and was scheduled for an interview. I was not told that it would be an open house and was given an interview time of 11:00. I arrived at 10:30 AM and saw lots of people dressed up entering the hotel so I followed. It was at this time I found out about the open house. I checked in and was told I'd be called. I was told that they didn't expect so many people and they were backed up so it'd be about an hour wait. I was unemployed therefore very patient and willing to wait. However, after waiting two hours I asked where I was in the lineup and she couldn't locate my application. I wound up not getting interviewed until 1:30. At this point, I was interviewed by the director of human resources and everything went extremely well. I was offered the second interview and was scheduled a few days later with the manager of the hotel. I arrived on time and that interview went just as smooth as the first. She then told me she would be in contact with me by Monday. However, Monday came and went and I hadn't gotten word either way. I emailed the director of human resources and she emailed me back the next day saying that I wasn't offered the position. I thanked her for the opportunity and usually you don't hear anything back after that. However, she replied again wishing me luck and telling me that I have a great future ahead of me. It was by far the most bizarre interview process I had taken part in.
Interview Question – Describe a time you made a mistake and had to correct it. Answer Question
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