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Crossover for Work
EVP was asked...November 22, 2019

Online "Cognitive aptitude" test. Visual objects (find a mismatch, fill the missing slot), fill in words in some sentences, choose pair of words related to each other in the same way as words in displayed sample, do some arithmetic

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Submitted 35 or so out of 50 answers before end of 15-minute mark, who knows what's correct or what's not Less

If you need help passing the CCAT (hardest part of the process in my opinon) I passed it by studying ruthlessly. I found this site that has the same CCAT as crossovers and just took that a bunch of times. crossoverccat[DOT]com I recommend this for anyone that has the proctored CCAT coming up. The salary is $15 / hr which is really good in my country. 40 hours a week min/max. Less

I used the same site as the guy above me crossoverccat it helped immensly, im pretty sure its considered cheating but whatever the questions dont have any real life work impact anyway Less

Will you move to Tacoma and accept this business turn round position.

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I will bring with me 30 years of experience in warehouse and transportation and the ability to mentor and motivate all associates in all assigned duties Less

ABM Industries

When/where did you go to High School?

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I was in a "lose/lose" situation; answer the question and reveal my age (old but not dead!), or refuse and lose out anyway. I opted to answer, but in hindsight I should have tried answering with "the recruiter has already vetted me via a background check; she can confirm all this detailed stuff with you" and offer that it might be more productive in our limited time to discuss how I can help his company. Might not have worked, but would have been a better try. Less

ABM HR in one of the Ky job sites is a joke.....Just be glad you didn't interview there. Their HR guy is one of the good ole boys. You get a job depending on who you know. Be glad you didn't get the job, because the site I'm referring to allows certain operation managers to treat project managers dirty and do underhanded things and get away with it. Less


There isn't one!

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Crossover for Work

Multiple choice question like "How databases primary keys should be?"

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Answered "Unique" and "Not-Nullable". Do you think that this is an appropriate question for an Executive role that is meant to be discussing multi-million dollar deals? Less


How do you interpret the role of Executive Assistant to the President/CEO in a day to day capacity.

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I view it as if I were the "work-wife"; as though I was responsible to do whatever I could to facilitate the President' s work flow, while anticipating his/her needs and independently working to alleviate all unnecessary tasks/interruptions/processes in order to optimize the President's/CEO's time and resources. Less

Veritex Community Bank

Various questions relating to my past banking experience. Nothing specific that I recall.

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Described my background at the various institutions where I have worked.

Leadership Business Consulting

Describe sales background

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Verbal review of my resume with highlights not described in the interview

Opera Solutions
EVP was asked...July 26, 2019

Questions all over the board

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An EVP asked me a detailed question about a vertical I would not be working in nor have experience in. Less


Why do we recruit for the post? Identify & share your key skills

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Demonstrate yourself that u r fit for this post with your previous track record

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