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what would you do if you saw someone stealing but the manager didn't?

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None of the questions were very difficult in and of themselves. They were mostly behavioral, and the hardest part was trying to remember a situation from the past to use as an example.

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Memorize this speech and stand up and give it to an audience.

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Why is a manhole round?

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Three students checked into a hotel and paid the clerk $30 for a room ($10 each). When the hotel manager returned, he noticed that the clerk had incorrectly charged $30 instead of $25 for the room. The manager told the clerk to return $5 to the students. The clerk, knowing that the students would not be able to divide $5 evenly, decided to keep $2 and to give them only $3. The students were very happy because they paid only $27 for the room ($9 each). However, if they paid $27 and the clerk kept $2, that adds up to $29. What happened to the other Dollar?

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the 2nd behavior interview was surprising as i dint think interviewer was serious enough. looking at my resume as someone of 10 yrs exp in IT and asking them if they ever worked in a team or resolved an issue.?

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The largest focus was on the ability to make decisions, the decision process, and ability to handle responsibility.

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how confident are you about your answer? make a market of all the wine produced in California in a year

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Tons of behavioral questions encountered in the whole process- What would you do if there was a problem within your team etc..

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Would you be upset if you spent a lot of time completeing a task then were told you needed to do it differently?

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