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Interviews at Jackmont Hospitality
Anonymous Employee in Charlotte, NC
I applied through a staffing agency. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Jackmont Hospitality (Charlotte, NC)
I had two phone interviews and one in person interview. Followed by an 2-3 hour "shadow". Then had several phone calls to ask me different questions.After that, I was then offered the chance to fill out an official application for employment, followed by an assessment.
- Give me a time when you had to make an important decision on the spot? why did you choose that option?
Anonymous Employee in Miami, FL
I applied online. The process took 1 week. I interviewed at Jackmont Hospitality (Miami, FL) in Feb 2015
Asked general questions. Interviewed with host manager and assistant general manager. Went over my availability and background. Asked why my former jobs didn't work out. Went over their brand standards and what is expected as for uniform.
- Name a time where you had to dissolve a difficult situation.
I applied through other source. The process took 2 months. I interviewed at Jackmont Hospitality
They make you wait for a really long time and basically talk down to you, telling you why you need them. They don't negotiate money with you. They tell you what you're getting and that's it. The whole process is like an ego booster to them and has very little to actually do with you.
- What exactly can you bring to the table
Anonymous Employee in MISSING VALUE
I applied through an employee referral The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Jackmont Hospitality in May 2012
I was approached in-house by the company's director of human resources about the creation of the position as the company is expanding. I was brought in for the interview with him and the accounting manager. The interview lasted about 20-30 min and involved my demonstrating my accounting knowledge and selling myself on my ability to perform the task if given an offer. My advice to other interview candidates is being able to express yourself properly and demonstrate a well rounded knowledge of the industry you are trying to enter. The office culture is professional but relaxed with emphasis on results based on timelines. The emplyees are supportive and have been open to sharing their knowledge and expertise during my training.
- I know nothing about accounting. In three minutes, teach me what accounting is.