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Moore Global
Online Communications Specialist was asked...December 7, 2014

How are you with high stress?

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It depends on the day. Ultimately I try to step away from the situation and look at the situation privately and objectively. Less


Let's pretend you are sending out emails to encourage SMB's to advertise with Facebook. Each email to each SMB costs $1. After you send the emails, .5% of the SMBs sign up. How much did you pay for each person that signed up? I had to keep asking clarification questions. "How many people did I send to?" Then he said, "Let's pretend there were 1,000." Then I got the answer from there... I believe it's just a way to assess how you think and not exactly to get the correct answer.

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The person above would have been right, but s/he used the wrong number. 5% is .05. 0.5% is .005. It is $200. Regardless, still don't vote for trump. Less

There's no need to know how many emails were sent. 200 emails for every 1 signup, and $1 for every email, means $200 for every 1 signup. Less

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How many years experience do you have?

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How can you engage a student that is off task?

I have 2 years experience

Give the student a different task

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Why do you want to work at sainsburys

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Sainsburys is very well known for its values and very good attitude for the our communities, the enviroment and sourcing its products ( mention sainsburys wasnt mentioned at all in the media regarding the horse meat scandal, they loved that) Less


permanent job

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Are you able to work a minimum of 7.5 hours per week?

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My answer was "yes."



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Whats ages have you taught

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Previous experience. Certificates. Salary expectations.

I have taught ages 12 to 42 in both high school and undergrad school.

All ages but mostly adults.

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Aeria Games

“One employee comes to you and tells you: if we reduce the price of our rooms by 20%, we can increase the number of customers by 30%. Question: would the idea of your employee be worth it?”

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The tricky part about this exercise is that she clearly asked me to NOT use any software (e.g. Excel, Mobile phone) or any calculator to take a decision, but that I could of course use pen and paper to do it. It was actually quite difficult to remember how to calculate without Excel I must say, but positively challenging. Of course, I asked her that I needed the room price, the costs and the number of customers we have monthly to calculate it, and she gave me the information afterwards. - Room price: 40 € - Fixed cost per room: 10 € - Number of monthly customers: 500 So here is the calculation to do (and that took me ages to calculate with pen and paper, unfortunately). First you have to calculate the monthly revenue without any discount: - Your revenue per room is : (room price) - (fixed cost), which makes 30 € (40 € - 10 € = 30 €) - Then you can multiply your revenue per room by the number of customers, which makes 15000€ ( 30 € x 500 = 15000 €) - So 15000 € is what you earn monthly with 500 customers, without any discount. Now we have to see if the 20 % discount that will bring us 30% more customers are worth it or not: - First you have to calculate the room price discounted, so reduced by 20%, which makes 32 € (40 € x 20% = 8 € and 40 € - 8 € = 32 €) - Same as earlier, you have to deduct the costs of you room to calculate you revenue per room, which makes 22 € (32 € - 10 € = 22 €) - The number of customers is supposed to increase by 30%, which makes 650 customers ( 500 customers x 30% = 150 and if you add these 150 to 500, it makes 650) - Now you just have to calculate what we would earn monthly, and that would be 22 € x 650 customers, which would be 14500 € 14500 € is 500 € less than the 15000 € you were earning without discount; so it’s actually NOT worth it. Less

22 € x 650 = 14300 €

Thanks for the heads-up, it's of course 14300 €... sorry for the typo! :)

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Crain Communications

Unexpected - if I weren't unemployed would I still take this position and why?

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Yes i have tha experience in the field and good skill knowledge,

I'm also ready interview attendees

Depends on what the role is, and based on my skill set and what I can offer this organization would be the deciding factor of me taking this role! Less

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How much do you charge to wash every window in Seattle?

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0$ - always rain in Seattle. rain can wash the windows

Cleanliness is first priority of my life.That is the personal life or social life. Less

A dollar per window.

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“What do you prefer in a job?”

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Upbeat, positive vibes and friendly and professional work environment and attitudes with all the staff. Less

“I prefer to be up and moving.” I answered this in a positive manner.

Long term commitment providing positive and realistic goals/achievements in a professional invitonment Less

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