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Atlanta, GA

I applied through an employee referral and the process took a day - interviewed at Four Seasons in October 2009.

Interview Details – completely waste of time. i called to check if there is vacancies, and was told to meet at the hotel face-to-face. then the fom greeted me, we talked a bit while walking... apparently he was walking me to human resources to fill up a form. and that's it.

i dont see the point. i think there is a fine line between being luxury and stuck up, and four seasons crossed it. i had worked in another fs property previously and totally enjoyed my experience, but i dont like this aging company that is losing its competitive edge anymore

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Front Desk

I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at Four Seasons in February 2010.

Interview Details – Applied online on their website and got a call the following day. Scheduled to come in for an interview a few days later. Everyone was very nice and helpful to get me to the right place. First interview was with the HR manager for about 30 minutes and then 2nd interview was with the Department Director for another 30 mins. After that interview was done, I went to see the Hotel Director. 3 interviews one after another & everything went smoothly. Most questions asked during the interview was situational moments in past experiences. Pretty easy if you know what to say when you're giving examples. Woohoo!

Interview Questions

  • Talk about a time when you had to change the way you do things. Whether it is communicating to others or changing your style/pattern.   Answer Question
  • Have you ever been told to do something by your manager in which you disagreed on? Explain.   Answer Question

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