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Describe a time when you had a conflict with your manager and how did you resolve it?
Why should we hire you ?

Answered 23 June 2019

100%. If you’re “relief” you’re stuck with what they give you and have no choice and you can’t request certain days off for
The first whole

Because those would be considered vacation days. Basically, for the first 6 months, you cannot make plans because you might be working any day of

The week at any hour. If you switch “too often” (more than 3-4x I’m more than 4 months, you get reprimanded.

Answered 6 February 2020

First is short phone interview, then you get called in for an in person interview where you will have two people taking turns asking questions. After you are invited for an observation of a location and only then you let them know if you want the job or not.

Answered 23 June 2019

Shift work 10 hour shifts days, evenings and overnights , Weekends/ holidays

Answered 21 May 2019

Probably because they pay less than the going rate, nowadays.

Answered 29 April 2019

A LOT of patience, Signing Exact English Sign Language, diploma is Social Service field

Answered 5 February 2020

They need to change management from Top to Bottom to succeed.

Answered 24 September 2019

Two people ask questions, taking turns asking questions, which you also are given a copy of to follow. Interviewers take notes. Interview is about 30 minutes long.

Answered 3 June 2019
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