Home services specialist ii interview questions shared by candidates
What would you look for on a paystub?
It's not that it's a difficult question, but I wasn't expecting it. There are a hundred things I check for on a paystub, so I was picturing it in my mind because I was afraid I'd forget to mention "check for fraud" or something and lose big points with the interviewer.
Nothing difficult. Bank of America has a very easy hiring process. You would have to be a dope to not pass it. They practically beg people to work for them. And if they are not interested in you, it is only because they are discriminating against you. And don't forget that discrimination can begin after your hire date. For example, they do high volume recruiting which I have come to learn means that they hire more people than they absolutely need just so that they can put people on the track for failure immediately when you walk through the door. That means that if they don't like the way you looked at them sideways, they will refuse to give you the training as promised, make you sit and suffer and then blame you because you can't get your job done. They are very poor sports over there.
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