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Anonymous Interview Candidate in Atlanta, GA
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Application Details

I applied in-person. The process took 2 weeksinterviewed at Four Seasons in April 2009.

Interview Details

Walking in and submitting an application and resume in person is the best way to make an impression. If they have time they may interview you on the spot and begin the process if you are qualified for the position they are trying to fill. If not they will either call you for an interview or send you a postcard letting you know why you were not advanced to the next step in the hiring process. Aside from having the skills required to do the job you will also need to have a strong sense of customer service. If your first interview with HR goes well they will submit your resume and application to the Executive Chef for their consideration. If the Executive Chef approves you will be called in for an interview and to do a practicum where you will have to opportunity to showcase what you can do. Based on that interview and how well you've performed during the practicum, the Executive Chef will then make his decision with the final approval being given by the Director of Food and Beverage.

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  • Give an example where you failed to give good customer service and what did you learn from that experience.   Answer Question
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