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Red Lion Hotels Front Desk Agent Interview Questions & Reviews

Updated May 26, 2014
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Front Desk Agent Interview

Front Desk Agent
Redding, CA

I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Red Lion Hotels in June 2012.

Interview Details – Interviewed on a Sunday morning. She asked many questions of actual stories from work experiences. The questions was from a form that she filled out along the way. The interview took almost an hour.

Interview Question – The questions weren't too hard, just many of them. The hardest part was coming up with a different answer for every question because a lot of them were similar.   Answer Question

Negotiation Details – The job offer was for full time, yet you have to work any shifts you're given, and the rate of hourly pay is set with no negotiation.

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Positive Experience

Very Easy Interview

Front Desk Agent Interview

Front Desk Agent
Boise, ID

I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Red Lion Hotels.

Interview Details – Interview process was pretty short. A lot of standard questions like "What did you do when you had a difficult customer?" "Tell me about a time you had to use listening skills." "What did you like most/least about your former job?" "Have you ever had to increase sales numbers?" They will ask you take a drug test, which they will make you take. If you could be driving the shuttle you will need a copy of your driving record.

Interview Question – None. They are all literally your standard questions.   Answer Question

Negotiation Details – None. No one even told me what I was going to be paid. But then again I didn't ask either.

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