Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Hand and Stone Spa
- SPA Associate (7)
- Licensed Massage Therapist (7)
- Esthetician (5)
- Front Desk Associate (4)
- Massage Therapist (3)
- LMT (3)
- Membership Sales Associate (2)
- Hand and Stone SPA/Esthetician (1)
- Aesthetician (1)
Membership Sales Associate Interview
I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Hand and Stone Spa (Manalapan, NJ) in July 2012.
I applied online at first, and then received a phone call from the owner within the next coming weeks. I had a brief phone interview where the owner asked about my previous work experience and my availability for the coming months. We then immediately scheduled a in-person interview for the following day. I drove to the location and was immediately greeted by the nicest women who would later become my incredible boss. The 1:1 interview was first where they inquired more about my skills and what I would offer to the spa. Standard interview questions were also asked and then I met the manager and had a 2:1 interview. They explained the salary and commission details, and then offered me a part-time position, that I accepted.
- "Can you start tomorrow?" It was unexpected, and they were extremely understanding if I could not, but I of course accepted. Answer Question
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I applied in-person. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Hand and Stone Spa (Hillsboro, OR) in March 2010.
The interview took about an hour, we sat in the lobby and she looked over my resume I had presented, she was very interested in my past positions and asked me questions like, "What have you done in the past to help a dissatisfied customer?" It was a one on one interview and it was very casual setting and at the end of the series of questions she had to ask (written on a piece of paper and possibly made by corporate) she let me ask a few questions etc.
- What have you done in a difficult situation where a customer is unsatisfied with product or service? 1 Answer