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International Playthings
Billing/Order Supervisor was asked...April 20, 2012

Tell me about your career?

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Easy enough since I know what I had done and related it to the position and stressed my dependability and awards received for good work. He did not seem overly concerned that I was out of work for awhile after layoff understanding the bad economy. Less

Midwest Orthopaedic Institute

After accepting the position and working there for nearly 2 years, I was asked to interview other new candidates for the department.

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I posted online job openings and interviewd many different people for the open position. I then found out the day they hired the new person, that they were hired to REPLACE me. I was let go that very day. Less

Midwest Orthopaedic Institute

They asked about experience and were very persistent about contacting previous employers. Asked for several different previous employer references.

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I offered several. They then went on to contact every single one.

Franciscan Health

Where do you see yourself in 5 years?

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In a management position.

UC San Diego

A description of previous work

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As honest as possible

Acclivity Healthcare

What was your job history

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Went over my resume she had

Acclivity Healthcare

What am i looking for in an employer?

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Someone who supports, encourages and listens to ideas.


can you come in tomorrow for an interview. less than 24 hour notice

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What is your best quality?

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How would I handle a problematic employee or someone that needs to be retrained over and over?

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I should of kept my mouth shut

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