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1. Let's role play, sell me a bank product..... 2. If im a customer and I declined what you are trying to sell me...

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1. Hello, welcome to chase, how can I be of assistance to you today? I see that you're not enrolled in our chase dollar for dollar, would you like more info on that today? 2. Customer: no, I don't have time. Teller: Well, can I write down your info and have a personal banker call you later? I think this is where I messed up, saying this, lead the branch manager to thinking I was over qualified. She mentioned tellers usually don't want to sale people anything, they just want to do a transaction.

I think you did a great job. Another way to handle it would be (re 2) "I understand. I'd like for our personal banker to provide you with more information. When would be a good time for them to call you"? Then obtain phone number

Avoid yes/no questions. They leave customers with an easy way out. “Ok, I understand you’re busy. We can reach out and get you enrolled at a better time. What’s the best email/phone number to reach you at?” A question like this doesn’t have the easy way out of simply saying yes or no.

(1:1 Hiring Mgr) What is the extent of your cash handling experience?

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Could you walk me through the cash flows statement? What are some items that would be found under each heading?

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What are the methods of valuing a company?

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What is the effect of $10 of depreciation on the three accounting statements?

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Most difficult questions were regarding step by step use of specific equipment. For instance, how to set up and administer a nebulizer. Dosage, etc. How would I handle a patient in a nursing home on a BLS transport that was unconscious if the nurse was not in the room and my partner was also an EMT and the patient had obviously fallen from her bed.

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Name a time when you were faced with an ethical dilemma. Many questions in phone and in-person interview are behavioral based questions and generally are 3 part questions: 1. Describe the situation 2. How did you react/respond to the situation 3. What was the outcome

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Most people fail the written portion of the process, which consists of summarizing a fictitious loan review packet for a bank's loan review board.

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Name a time you went above your normal job responsibilities and did something you were not expected to do.

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How do the balance sheet and income statement relate?

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