"Tell Me About yourself" "What your strengths and weaknesses" "What time are you available, wiling to work?" "What are the most important traits in a business?" "What does team mean to you" "What does the word customer service mean to you?"
My advice is to keep answers short and simple, don't give too much, if they want more they'll ask for it. Usually long answers are the most clumsiest or flawed to be honest. INterviewers are honestly supposed to be Nice have the time, and they might be too casual sometimes. When this happens, honestly you need to remember that this is an interview, maybe treat it like 70/30 mentality so you dont get too friendly. -You have the tools to be prepared, Glassdoor and Google is really helpful, if you come in prepared studying and reading reviews as well as interview questions. You can also use Google to literally google possible answers, let's be honest, genius's steal don't they? Make them your own, fit them to you and combined with a winning mentality, you will nail interviews no matter who you get. Being prepared is everything. -