to work for a company with a great reputation, solid history and can be proud of and can offer opportunities for advancement and eventually retire from. I mean its FORD, who does'nt want to work for Ford Motor Company
Most of the test consisted of math problems. I actually wasn't able to finish the written test due to being utterly exhausted. I thought for sure I failed until they called me back. Turns out, the part of the test in which you are timed to secure nuts and bolts together on a plate is what really counts to them. I was super fast with that and that was evidently all they were really concerned about.
Alright cool, I took the exam two weeks ago from today, so now I'm just waiting for the call back. The test wasn't that difficult so hopefully my process goes by quick. I appreciate the feedback.
Questions such as; Have you used a drill before? What type of work have you done in the past? Any type of question! Like tell us about yourself, why should you work with us? Can you work 10hrs a day? Do you have kids? Type of questions
I answer with a smile looking around the room to make eye contact with everyone! Just be yourself!
Hello I am very interested in working at your company I do have experience in this kind of work and I worked at General motor for many years but I had to retire due to the closing of General Motor I retired 1/1/2000 being a loyal service for 30 long years at a early age in my life and I feel real good in my body to work again and work very hard. Thank you.