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what do you bring to the table what skills do you have3 Answers
I am detailed oriented, a team player good communication and verbal skills, also a multi tasker
I am a valued team player with organizational skills that manages time appropriately.
To whom it may concern: First I'd like to thank you for taking the time to review my resume and also give you some background info on myself. I feel I would make proper fit in the position of administrative assistant based on my experience and abilities. Although I am not experienced in QuickBooks, I do know Sage 50 & I feel I can rise to the challenge of learning any program or software required in a minimal amount of time, given the opportunity. As noted on my resume, my competencies and capabilities are strongly in line with those required for the position. For instance, working at Excel security as the service coordinator for the installation dept, I gained knowledge and insights into providing excellent customer service by anticipating client needs. I also became proficient in accounting via Sage/Peachtree to better invoice clients who did not have service contracts with us. I kept a strict record of techinician scheduling, ordering of materials needed for all projects, tracking of the shipments and redirecting those to the appropriate job site for completion. I'm looking forward to further discussing the position and my qualifications with you in more detail soon. I feel confident that I can fulfill the requirements needed for the office assistant position. Thank you again for your time and consideration.
A penguin walks through that door right now wearing a sombrero. What does he say and why is he here?84 Answers
I was obviously thrown off by the question and felt it was irrelevant. I answered with, "Where's the sun screen?"
Complaining about global warming.?!
Here's a useful answer: The use of the term Sombrero implies a particular ethnicity or nationality therefore to answer the question might violate HR compliance with federal and state law.
He wouldn't say anything. He is a penguin. Probably there because he's a party favor that got loose and waddled in. It is also awesome.
@PK - not necessarily. Did you ever witness a deboarding of a plane from Cancun or any other vacation destination during spring break? There are quite a few college kids, who I'm sure continued their party on the plane, getting off wearing those gaudy souvenir sombreros. You would actually implicate yourself by assuming that.
Did your secretary slip something into my coffee?
i guess I dont speak penguin to really understand what it said.
"Am I South of the Border yet?" The penguin was obviously travelling back home to the South Pole and, thinking he already reached Mexico, wore the sombrero to blend in.
He's a Linux consultant (either Mexican or returning from a Mexican vacation) and is going to ask for directions and access to the server rooms so he can get to work.
Necesito un poco de hielo por favor
Hi, my name is Tux and I'm here to take over your IT department.
I live in New York, so I probably wouldn't see any issue here.
Buenos Dios amigos. Do you have any ice?
The penguin says "Stop asking stupid interview questions"
"Those seals really know how to party!"
He says: Most people will not answer both questions. And he is here because you brought him with your imagination, please take him back to his home and lets start the real interview.
I'll be back :-)
Salsa really doesn't go well with herring.
He asked "is it 5'oclock yet?". He is here because he's the company's mascot and has been specially trained to make frozen margaritas in the walk-in freezer.
"Perdone, ¿dónde está el baño?"
I assume he is there to steal my Bud Ice, and probably is singing "Do-be do-be do". The sombrero is irrelevant.
He says, "I'm here to do the cha cha, and I'm here to take your money." If a fantasy-type question is asked, I'm allowed a fantasy-type answer, correct?
Business on bottom (tux) and all party on top.
I would ask the interviewer: "An African or European penguin?"
"Hola!" He is a lost and stranded sound engineer for a Def Leppard reunion tour looking for an inexpensive Sony multichannel digital tape recorder.
"Hola!" He is a lost and stranded sound engineer for a Def Leppard reunion tour looking for an inexpensive Sony multichannel digital tape recorder.
"Excuse me — I was told the dress was business casual. Anyway, I'm here to tell you about the great benefits package we offer."
I need help. Please take this sombrero out of my head and recycle it.
So, you don't do drug testing here, huh?
"Trick or Treat"
Location must be at the tip of Argentina or Chile, unless the penguin got stuck on a floating iceberg in which case he could be coming ashore nearly anyplace. Theoretically.
Penguins don't talk, but his or her body language communicates confidence in this company. I'd guess the costumed penguin is here for some promotion... speaking of promotions...
He would ask "Wha-a-at a-are yo-o-u smo-o-oking?" ;)
it's me the thing you have feared all your life... this is not a dream I am real
How is my outfit ?
In the 3rd answer, PK indicated that " the question might violate HR compliance with federal and state law." I don't know about that, but it got me thinking about the motivation for the question - and here's my guess. It is quite possible that they are asking the question to find out if you might stereotype Mexicans - and stereotyping probably means that you are prejudiced - which in turn - means that you will not likely work well on a construction job site.
"I knew I should have made that left turn at Albequerque!"
He's obviously flown in from Mexico for the job interview. "I hear you are an equal opportunity employer?" he says delightedly, "I'm not so good with heights but I make wonderful margueritas"
Penguin: "Holy crap! Vegas is amazing! Hookers, gambling, drinking games AND job interviews!"
If the penguin is walking into the room where the interview is taking place one could assume he was the CEO if he has the audacity to wear a sombrero. Therefore, I imagine he would say upon seeing my smiling face, "Hire this man immediately and double - no, triple his salary!
Well, this the last time I'll use the Apple Maps program . . .
There is an upside even in global warming: margaritas y chiquitas. Hola!
What does he say? "does this suit make my hat look too big?" Why is he here? "he desired some constructive criticism"
Buenos dias. I need to build an Igloo. Am I in the right place?
He (the penguin) indicates that I've fallen asleep and I'm having a strange dream in which I'm being asked stupid interview questions by a pretentious HR person who is trying to look clever.
Clark Construction can you build me an insulated igloo with air conditioning. I just moved to Mexico and it is too damned hot.
Having put 12 years in a Catholic School, I was surrounded by Penguin's on a daily basis. Our Spanish teacher was the only one who would have worn a sombrero, but I don't think that she was a he/she. Classmate Sue, on the other hand, could get me to salute on a daily basis. If she walked in wearing a sombrero and holding a pinata, I would salute that too. Humor and Reality. Feed the interviewer something like this, and you could be a Supervisor. Just say it with a straight face.
oops, i entered into a wrong room. you can carry on.
Good evening, I am here to keep forward with the interview, are you ready? By the way you will need a sombrero.
penguin said that outside temperatures are high and so that he was here in the room which had air condition.
Penguin says: The Batman is annoying *Batman saves the world from being penguin-ated*
"You know, if you wanted your candidate to wear a tux, there are far cheaper ways of getting the point across."
Adios! See you next week when I'm back from vacation in Mexico.
Does it really matters?????? Whatever the penguin says, we are not going to understand a bit.
penguin doesnt speak
penguin wants to be the first to congratulate me on my selection
"Is this club pinguin ? how do I get back".... clubpenguin.com
I don't friggin care what the penguin says. I just found a talking penguin. I'm rich!
"Someone here drank WAY too much last night"
oh, sorry to bother you, do you know where i can find the mexican themed black-tie event that's going on somewhere around here?
The penguin says: "Hey, have any of you guys seen my brother?" Then I say: "I don't know - what's he look like?"
"Hola, soy Nieves. Necesito regresar al Polo Sur. Puedes ayudame?"
Do you have the time? I think I'm late for my movie.
QUE PASA AMIGO
I may look different to you but I am 100% capable of completing my job duties.
Sorry, I told him to wait in the van.
"Where the tequila?" - he's obviously on vacation!
Penguins can't speak in a language I can understand. But if it could speak english, the penguin would probably say "That was one hell of a party the HR department had last night, am I late?"
Just to waddle in and show off his new hat
The penguin would say "don't be afraid that I can walk through doors. Here, put this sombrero on. You're hired."
I am not aware yet of why he's here . He has not told me yet.He says "hello" and I say "hello madamoiselle".
He's your power animal, you brought him here. He only said one word..."slide!" He's fight clubbing himself...we got a fight clubber!
I had a silly woman asked me during an interview who is my favorite super hero and why... I wanted to answer her question truthfully and get up and leave. What a moran? No brain.
Have you accepted the Lord Jesus into your heart?
"You are hired, and no more questions for the day"
Hi, dudes! You have drunk a lot of kefir yesterday. (a voice could be bass)
"Where's my fish taco?"
“It’s too damn hot for a penguin to be just walking around”
How would you get an elephant into a refrigerator?60 Answers
there is a considerable size difference ... answer was open the door and tell it to go in..
I would put my elephant in a giant meat locker--it's technically still a refrigerator.
Assuming the elephant is alive and must remain alive (until it freezes to death in the refrigerator), I like the idea of putting it into a giant meat locker. If it is not against the rules to kill the elephant, then all you have to do is cut it up into small pieces.
I would put its trunk in, nothing is said that the WHOLE elephant must be in the refrigerator
Not sure how I would get an elephant into a regular sized refrigerator, but I would definitely provide a good response by sounding out my thought process to the person interviewing me, then I'd ask them how large this refrigerator is, and I'd ask them if there were any concerns of the elephant getting too cold inside as I wouldn't want to promote anything harmful or detrimental to this animal that would look bad on the company I work for. How's that!!??
Is this a living animal, a chocolate figurine, or a stuffed toy?
This question can't be asked on it's own. First the interviewer would ask some other questions about large African animals and a refrigerator. For example, "how would you put a giraffe in the refrigerator?". The answer: open the door, insert giraffe, close door. Then, how would you put an elephant in the refrigerator? Open the door, take out the giraffe, insert elephant, close door. It's important to take the giraffe out.
bcm, closing the door would be completely unnecessary. :) open the door, insert giraffe. done.
It's all about problem solving and creativity. 1) Open door 2) Have elephant backup to the door 3) Show elephant a mouse 4) Elephant jumps backwards into refrigerator 5) Shut door
I'd use a really big blender: http://willitblend.com/
I tell this joke to my 6 year old niece all the time. The answer is: "Open the door and push really hard" Don't overthink it!
The same way you eat an elephant... one piece at a time
Why does everyone assume that the elephant is too large to go into the refrigerator? It could be a really small elephant, or a really large refrigerator. I have head this series before... bcm mentioned the first two questions in the series. Then it continues with, The Lion (King of the Jungle) calls all the animals to a meeting. All of the animals show up except one, which animal doesn't show? Well, the elephant, because he is in the refrigerator. Now, on your way back from this meeting you need to cross a river. This river is home to the deadliest man eating crocodiles in the world. You have no boat, there is no bridge... How do you get across? You simply swim across. All the animals except the elephant, to include the crocodiles, are at the meeting with the lion...
Robert is correct. there is a follow up question. How do you get a giraffe into a refrigerator? 1. Open door 2. Move elephant 3. Put giraffe in fridge 4. Shut door
Questions like this are symbolic of things that actually do happen in work environments. When asked how to put something very large into something that is typically much smaller than that object a lot of discussion can go in to how to accomplish it when in the end it can't be done. People do that in business all the time and end up wasting a lot of time. When confronted with a task like this it is better to reassess the goal before embarking on a path of impossibility. The question isn't 'find a way to put an elephant into a refrigerator', it's 'how would you do it'. A perfect example is the person who said cut it up into smaller pieces -- so you cut the elephant into a bunch of smaller pieces and then you still have the same amount of mass, just cut into smaller pieces. So you have wasted the time in cutting to then be faced with the same dilemma, which is how to get it in the fridge.
wood chipper, definitely.
Unscrew the jar of peanut butter. The elephant will go in by itself.
Build a refrigerator big enough to fit the elephant.
The entire elephant doesn't need to be inside of the refrigerator. It's all about perception. Allow me to demonstrate: Step 1) Cut a hole in the back of the refrigerator. Step 2) Put an elephant behind the refrigerator and have it put its trunk inside the hole. Step 3) Wait until my wife opens the refrigerator and screams "There's an elephant in the refrigerator!" While it's true that the whole elephant is not in the refrigerator, I also learned a little bit in the last 25 years of marriage. I know that if my wife says that there's an elephant in the refrigerator, that it's useless and counterproductive to contradict her on the details. My motto: "Shut up and live long." ;-)
Shrink wrap it, of course. or freeze dry it. Either one will work. Think outside the bun, people. Everyone is too serious with these questions. The interviewer is testing your sense of humor, dummies.
Desiccate the beast... Where do we get the elephant from? If it is real why would the owner be prepared to let me put it in a fridge? Is it real or just a kid's toy? Do I take the fridge to the elephant or the Elephant to the fridge? Adult or baby elephant? (if we just chop it up it's going to be the same volume so unlikely to fit in a standard refridgerator...If we assume it's a real elephant we could cremate it and put the ashes in a standard refrigerator. But no-one said it needed to be a real elephant - take a toy elephant and put that in a fridge.
Open the door, remove the giraffe, and then place the elephant inside.
It's for an office assistant job. If you want to get rid of the elephant you do like any other food you want gone, leave it out by the office coffee machine with a sign "free, take a piece". Then, assuming anything is left you pack it up neatly in a zip loc bag and put it in the fridge.
Easy-peanuts in a Commercial fridge room or fridge truck...
Seems to call for some fresh Jello in the fridge.
How would you get an elephant into a refrigerator? - very carefully - however the elephant wants
Me: Open the refrigerator and ask a few interns to push it in.
I am surprised nobody said this: "BY REMOVING THE HIPPOPOTAMUS". Fridge is SMALL enough to hold only one animal.
Outsource it to BRICK countries.
I would build an elephant-sized fridge.
Open the door of the refrigerator and ask the elephant to get in :P 'Keeping it Simple' technology !
Tell me if you've heard this one before ... 1. Get a pair of binoculars 2. Get a pair of tweezers 3. look through the binoculars backwards 4. Use tweezers to pick up elephants and place in refrigerator
Guys, you are all missing the point ... the question is relative .... everyone is assuming the elephant is actually a "real" animal ... my grandkids play with plastic zoo amimals all of the time (yes Virginia, your plastic elephant is real) .... the question can't be answered, you don't have enough information about the elephant ... so, before something can me moved from one location to another (e.g. into the 'fridge), you need specifics about that something
I would ask him nicely..to get into the refrigerator.
Cremate the elephant. The ashes would even fit in a dormitory fridge.
The same as you do when you spell "way" with an "F" in it.........
It depends on the size of the elephant (and if it's alive), and the size of the fridge.
I would ask why does the elephant need to be in the refrigerator. Shows that you just don't following orders without question. The interviewers answer can tell you a lot. If the elephant is a cake then it is not going to just walk in.
'How would you get an elephant into a refrigerator?' By putting it in there as soon as it is born or while it's still in infancy... I think the elephant is symbolic of potentially troublesome issue in business. You have to 'freeze' them or tackle them before they grow too big or else you'll just end up pushing very hard without results.
No problem. My refrigerator was designed to accommodate elephants. I also have an appropriately equipped and sized forklift since there's no way I would freeze the animal to death.
Its a pity all you people don't have jobs, because then you wouldn't have to be answering silly questions.
Um - anybody ask how big the elephant is??? Could be a Happy Meal toy for all we know!
I make a dish named elephant legs(chicken legs)..elephant juice(mango).. and place it in the fridge.. does anyone described ELEPHANT being an animal only!
I will tell some XYZ company to make a large refrigerator to accommodate a ELEPHANT so that it can get into GUINNESS WORLD RECORD.
just build the refrigerator big enough
Dessicate the elephant first. Without water, the carcass will fit without requiring a frozen food factory or reinterpreting the question allowing the elephant to merely stick his nose (trunk) in.
I would explain the functions and features of the fridge and how the would add to the quality of the elephant 's life, providing to him and his family. I'd offer to pick up the sales tax if he made the purchase today
You take a toy elephant and put it in the fridge. The interviewer did not specify what type of elephant.
The correct answer to this riddle/joke is... Interviewer: "How would you put an elephant in a refrigerator?" Me: "You Take the F out of way" Interviewer: ".....(pauses to think about it.) There's no F in way" Me: "Exactly!" explanation- There's No F in way= There's No F-in' way= There's no F-ing way= There's No F#*% way.
Just cut the HEEL from elephant.... ELEPHANT ---> PANT... Remove E,L,E,H from ELEPHANT...... ;-)
Open a refrigerator door, put it in and close the door
Place some peanuts inside.
1. Open door. 2. Insert elephant 3. Close door
Have something they like in there ?
The elephant shouldn’t be changed when you can change the size of the elephant. Sometimes it’s not that you are an outcast, but that your place hasn’t found you.
I said to fit the elephant, you could starve it My husband said I probably didn't get the job because of that. Oh well.
I had no idea it was an actual interview question. I thought we were all having fun. Now I'm down.
How do you make a tuna sandwhich?21 Answers
Was very detailed and explained end to end...
as same as my mum do
I make it very well.
Which time I innovate every sandwich to make them unique.
I call "Jimmy John's"; they deliver fast.
I wouldn't because I hate tuna.
I don't. Gross and we have been raping the oceans depleting them of fish, causing seabird and other die off. No one needs tuna that badly. Eat a vegetable or a farmed animal that is not on any other species' food chain.
Two ways: From a can, solid white albacore tuna, Helman's mayo, sweet and dill pickle, onion, mixed and spread on what ever bread is on hand. Fresh mahi-mahi, marinated in teriaki, lightly grilled and served on toasted sourdough bread with paper-thin sliced sweet onion.
I try to avoid mercury-laden foods as I don't particularly care for brain-damage all that much...I would make a chicken salad sandwich instead.
I would rig up a special fish tank. There would be 2 holding areas on the outside of one side of the tank with a small gap between the 2 areas. A 3rd area would be positioned close to the 2 holding areas, but indented into the tank. On the opposite side from the indented 3rd area to the other side of the 2 holding areas would be a button. That button would be connected to a mechanism to release food into the tank and return the 3rd holding area to its indented position. I would then catch a young tuna and train it to ram the indented section until it hit the button on the other side in order to receive food. The amount of food released each time would determine approximately how many times in the day the sandwich action would be completed. That is how I would make a tuna sandwich.
Tuna = no carbs and keeps me thin and beautiful - BUT always that "but" after reading Anonymous reply -- I felt quilty/selfish -- How about Romaine lettuce w/cherry tomatos a touch of vinagrette and a glass of red wine Cheers!
With tuna and bread
I wouldn't do a tuna sandwich. Eating tuna is not good for health. Tuna flesh is loaded with heavy metals that attack the heart muscle. The FDA says: “Nearly all fish and shellfish contain traces of methylmercury. However, larger fish that have lived longer have the highest levels of methylmercury because they’ve had more time to accumulate it.” & Dolphins ar "accidentally" trapped in tuna nets or they are killed by tuna anglers.
I'd follow whatever formal procedures Astron Consulting had in place for this task.
It all depends on the person who is going to eat it. Lots of people are allergic to eggs, dairy, wheat, etc. Until I know who it is for, what they want, and how they want it made, I would just ask for more instructions on this matter.
In 3 easy steps I can make a Tuna Sandwich. First google it, second take a print out of instructions and third just follow it...
Open the sandwhich, put the tuna in, close the sandwhich. Why does that fail? The pinguin from the earlier question has eaten the tuna. Alternative: Follow the pinguin back to the zoo and get an elephant. Then make an elephant sandwhich: Open the sandwhich, put the elephant in, close the sandwhich.
You can tuna piano, but you can't tuna fish
It's not something I'd make for myself, so I'd consider the intended recipient and make it to his/her desired specs, taking the recipient's budget into account, of course. I might recommend improvements or up sells if appropriate.
Butter the bread, add tuna, mayo lettuce and salt and pepper
Simple ingredients: hard oil egg, can of tuna, I small onion, mayonnaise, salt and pepper..
Name 3 previous Nobel Prize Winners17 Answers
Al Gore, Barack Obama & Albert Einstein
it is same as the previous 6 of upcomng 3
Barack Obama and Adolf Hitler both won Peace Prizes. Marie Curie for Physics.
Some of the easer ones to remember: Peace Martin Luther King, Jr., 1964; Mother Teresa, 1979; Desmond Tutu, 1984; Jimmy Carter, 2002; Al Gore, 2007; Barack Obama, 2009 Physics Madame Curie, 1903; Albert Einstein, 1921 Reference: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Nobel_laureates#Laureates
Adolf Hitler never won the Nobel Peace Prize.
Richard Feinemen, Milton Freidman, Oram Pamut
Obama, Obama, Obama. Did I mention Obama. If not, he'll tell you all about it.
I don't care what awards they won, they'd better have turned in their expense reports for the trip to Sweden on time.
Chemistry: Mohamed Zoweil - Piece: Sadat - Art: naguib mahfouz
I'd play an old debate/political trick and change the topic of the discussion by saying something like: "That's a challenging question. Did you know the Nobel prizes were created by Alfred Nobel? A man who made a great fortune from armaments manufacturing and inventing dynamite? The means of his fortune weighed so heavily on him, he thought at his old age that he would only be remembered for war, munitions, and all the devastation his inventions and manufacturing caused. So he set about making a different name for himself. He drafted a new will that outlined the Nobel Prize process, and laureate rewards that accompany them. It's amazing that the name Nobel, once closely connected to the inventor of dynamite, an explosive used in untold millions of munitions, is now perhaps most famously recognized in the term "Nobel Peace Prize". That he changed the connection of his namesake from war to peace is truly incredible. And that his legacy has such long lasting, positive impact on world politics, science, and medicine. Wouldn't you agree?"
Would that be the Nobel Prize for outstanding work in the fields of peace, science, etc., or the Nobel Prize for outstanding work in the field of snake handling? Sure one gets all the press but the other gets all the girls down in the holler where I come from. I'm just saying, my cousin's friend's daddy Leroy, he won it three times. He's pretty much the best snake handler I know. Does that count?
Einstein, Al Gore, Mother Teresa would you like me to mention any more?
You really need to think about what your answer to this communicates. If you answer MLK, Desmond Tutu, and Mother Theresa, you have communicated something to your interviewer that's different than if you answer Paul Samuelson, Milton Friedman, and Paul Krugman. It's a very clever question. The candidate is tricked into thinking that his knowledge is being tested, when the interviewer is really trying to figure out what the candidate thinks is important in life.
marie curie,C.V Raman,Mother Teresa
Yes, which category?
I only remember two persons.. Albert Einstein and William Faulkner..
Pablo Neruda, Malala, and the Red Cross. Demonstrate that you have varied interests by choosing different categories.
You are in a room with 3 switches which correspond to 3 bulbs in another room and you don't know which switch corresponds to which bulb. You can only enter the room with the bulbs once. You can NOT use any external equipment (power supplies, resistors, etc.). How do you find out which bulb corresponds to which switch?6 Answers
Turn on 2 switches. Turn one switch off after a few minutes. Enter room with bulbs. The bulb that is on is the only switch that is on. The bulb that is off but hot, is the switch that has been turned off. The bulb that is off and cold is the third switch.
Turn on switch A for 1 minute. Turn it off. Turn on switch B. Enter the room with the bulbs. The hot bulb is A The lit bulb is B The dark bulb is C
Turn switch A leave it on for 1/2 minutes and turn it off then turn on switch B. Now goto the room, the one Hot is A, Cold(or not Hot) is C, the bulb thats on is B.
The answers here all have two assumptions which are unwarranted. 1. Why do you think the light emits heat? 2. Why do you think you can touch the bulbs? (3. If you're never going to enter the room again what's the point of knowing which switch goes with which light?) The best you can do is reduce to guessing one of two bulbs.
RE: Objection 1. I guess you've never touched the outside of a light bulb after it's been on for awhile. The filament gets hot-it glows, the light we see is that glowing-the heat from from the glowing filament transfers to the glass-the glass is hot. 2. Why not? This is an exercise to demonstrate problem-solving ability, not a "MacGyver" episode. Who's to say the candidates didn't ask about the room's dimensions or where the bulbs were located, or that assumptions could be made in order to formulate an answer? 3. I think you missed the point of the question. 4. Sheesh. 3.
Yes, Objection, I did see that I entered "3." on here a second time. BTW, I'm not returning to this forum again, so any reply/retort/threat won't be seen by me. Good luck in your job hunting.
If you have a three gallon jug and a five gallon jug No marks on either one The goal is to fill the five gallon jug with four gallons of water How is this accomplished?5 Answers
Take 5 gal. and pour into the 3 gal. The 5 now has 2 gal. Empty the 3 gal, and pour the remaining 2 gal into the 3 gal. Fill the 5 gallon and pour 1 gal. (which is the remainder of the space in the 3 gal.) This gives you 4 gal.
that was from die hard 3. 1) fill up the 3 and pour it into the 5. 2) fill up the 3 and fill up the rest of the 5. that leaves 1 in the three. 3) dump out the 5. 4) pour the 1 that's left in the three into the 5. 5) fill up the 3 again and pour it into the 5. see - easy peasy. might be a bit rougher if solving it is necessary to stop a bomb from blowing up the city. mclain and samuel L got it done.
1) Fill up half of 5 gal (2.5 gal) from 3 gal jug 2) Fill up half of 3gals jug(1.5 gal) and pour into 5gal jug 2.5 + 1.5 = 4gal
Die Hard 2 also has the solution to this question.
there are actually 4 die hards, which is why you two are confused. 1. the classic big LA building he runs through glass 2. the airport based one 2*. the new york fed gold gets stolen (die hard with vengence) -- THIS is the one with the water puzzle. 3. the newest die hard where the stop lights get taken over etc, live free die hard i think
Can you fill in for a system manager.`3 Answers
Yes, was my answer.
Absolutely, i can fill in for a system manager.
When I worked for ORU admissions, the office manager and the system manager both left and I took over for both of them.
How can you make a park-goer's experience better? This is not unusual or unexpected, but he asked over 30 questions he read off from a sheet, and only wrote "notes" as answers to each one.4 Answers
If I see someone looking around confused or trying to read the "map" ask if I can help them find something.
I know which supervisor you're talking about and he wants you to say "cash control specialists are not supposed to interact with guests do to potential theft or robbery from a guest"
Except I was told that I did not get the job because he did not feel that I was "bubbly" (not sure of the exact word, but something along the lines that I did not seem to be a happy happy joy joy), enough to be a Six Flags employee. Since I thought I was being interviewed to work in a department that handles large amounts of cash, I did not think silly and bubbly was what they were looking for, but rather professional and honest. My bad...
I was told I didn't have a personality at all and I would be quote on quote "eaten alive out there" by a really nasty, unprofessional lady, ... A year later and I have secured a position at WaWa as one of the top fuel associates... From what I've heard about this place I shouldn't be too disappointed!
Did you have sales goals in your previous jobs?4 Answers
Blah, Blah, Blah.
I started with Aspen a couple of months ago and I am starting to re-think my decision and have started to look for another job. If you like working long hours for little pay this is for you. No positive re-enforcement, just negativity. It seems you are always doing something wrong. My advice is to look elsewhere and be happy.
It is basically a sales job. the office managers job is to make sure the office meets each mths budget. Budget is set by the corporation and each mth is based on the same mth the previous year plus a precentage more. No matter how well you do it will never be good enough . Office mgrs are paid a low salery but they offer a bonus. The bonus is paid only if the office reaches the budget and then office cost are subtracted from it like office employees overtime etc. Corporate also requires the om to be there usually an hour before the office opens and to be the last to leave. An om can plan on working at least 9-10 hour days m-f and then 1-2 saturdays a mth plus some after hour meetings, usually out of town that require the om to drive to after the office has been closed for the day. By the time salary and bounus is divided into the hours its almost minimum wage. If you want to see what an om's day consist of just google aspen reviews.
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- Inside Sales Representative