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Interviews at Kane is Able
Anonymous Employee in Livonia, MI
I applied online. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at Kane is Able (Livonia, MI) in Dec 2018
A series of scenario questions followed by a math, reading and forklift knowledge section. Interviewed by an HR rep and ask about 6 questions hardball/ softball level questions. Afterwards I took an assessment.
- Why do you want to work here?
Anonymous Employee in Romeoville, IL
I applied online. The process took 3 days. I interviewed at Kane is Able (Romeoville, IL) in May 2016
Personally, it was straight-forward, to the point, very detailed, informative, friendly but very professional. They treat you like family and want nothing more than to make sure you go home to your family in the exact same shape and form the way you left. Saftey is of the utmost importance. Keeping your word, follow through and always number one, SAFTEY.
- What can you offer Kane?
Anonymous Employee in Scranton, PA
I applied online. The process took 1 week. I interviewed at Kane is Able (Scranton, PA) in May 2015
Prescreening interview, then in person with two peers, and final round with two other team members. Very basic conversational interviews. Described my prior job duties and roles.
- Tell me about yourself?
Anonymous Interview Candidate
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Kane is Able
I was contacted by a recruiter. We had several conversations. Then I was invited to a face to face interview. I had an interview at 6:30 pm on a Wednesday. There was no follow up phone call or email. I finally sent an email and then I got a response that the role had been filled
Anonymous Interview Candidate in State College, PA
I applied through college or university. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Kane is Able (State College, PA) in Mar 2014
i was invited for an interview on a campus supply chain career fair. It was a 30 mins behavioral interview. Nothing special, and i did not get the offer. The main reason is that they look for us citizens only.
- Imagine you are the leader of a team, someone is not listening to the work you assigned. what will you do?
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Taylor, PA
I applied through an employee referral The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Kane is Able (Taylor, PA) in May 2013
Gave me a stack of papers to complete. Much of the questions where repeated. I gave them my resume, however, I still had to complete the same questions. The interviewer kept asking me questions that were on my resume.
- (1) Why did I want to work for the Kane family? (2) Why did I want to work in a warehouse; supervising a lot of men? Won't that bother me?
Anonymous Employee in Romeoville, IL
I applied through other source. The process took 1 week. I interviewed at Kane is Able (Romeoville, IL) in Mar 2012
Very basic, standard interview process. No tricky questions, but nothing that really looked into who they were interviewing. It was more on validating what was on resume, but not asking about the experiences.
- How many direct reports did you have hourly and salary.