Who the hell would know that off the top of their head?
$17.48 $0.29 (1.69%) Is the value as of today 6/26/2012, however since stocks are always changing unless you have a ap on your phone or check it the morning of the interview you couldn't know that. Not to mention it would depend on the time of your interview verses the last time the stock changed against what time you checked. Sounds like he was being difficult.
Yeah, I'm with the Interview Candidate. Who's going to know that? Stocks change every minute or sooner.
Good luck with this one. No real great way to answer.
I would say something about you being such a detailed orientated person.
"I'm a perfectionist" which is true for myself, but wins points with interviews for being able to admit something and then say you're working on it and are learning to let things go more often.
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Explain a weakness you converted into a strength. Use an example.
I tend to say yes too much and I get overly committed. For example I feel as If I cannot say no when I comes to helping out another coworker and covering shifts. This gave me extra time to work on any skills I was lacking. This weakness actually helped me build the skills I have today.
I have said in past interviews that some people may consider me quiet, but that I am an excellent listener and great with communicating on a business level
I think this is the question that sank me. I told them the only thing I didn't like about my current boss was that he didn't stand up for himself to HIS boss. In turn, I spoke ill of my manager's boss while trying not to speak ill of my own boss.
They actually asked me this as well. My last boss I loved and I made sure to indicate that I told them specifically why. The boss I had before that I told them I struggled with because of her lack of availability and thus feedback. It was hard for me to develop professionally if I didn't know where I could improve, because I had no idea what areas I was lacking. Also could not get even a 20min meeting with her 100% attention. Not sure how my response to their question was received though as it was asked over the phone..
Put these situation in order: Which has more prirority? -There is a guest in front of you that needs help reaching for an item. -The front register calls you for help on the walkie talkie. -There's a spill.
1. clean the spill (most important, anyone can slip) 2. attend the guest 3. front register
1. Clean the spill. 2. (Matter on what the front register need help on) If it something simple that can be done through a walkie talkie then you can do both by helping the customer and talking over the walkie talkie. This help knock off 2 things at once. 2B) If its something that requires you to go to the front then you have to help the guest first then go to the front desk but tell the front register that your helping your guest first then your going to go to the front. Part 2 and 3 are vague questions so if you give a vague answer back then the interviewer won't understand why you pick certain things in the order your chose. So giving more information with your answer makes you stand out because you analyze the questions and give a detail answer to it and different scenarios.