They were desperate for workers, so it didn’t really matter how well you interview as long as you give them an answer. Don’t overthink it, but also come prepared with a resume and the answers to questions like “explain a time that you’ve worked in a fast paced environment/had to solve a problem” and “why did you choose to work here specifically”. Keep the answers relevant to the job and concise. Act natural and don’t worry about tripping up on your words. Good luck, brave one.
It was great. The most professional, and courteous interview I've been though.
Easy and not extremely formal
Very friendly and welcoming the questions are all simple and easy to answer they are mostly self based questions .
They are asking lots of qusestion
Taking resume from individuals
They sat me down across from one of the owners of that chain of Pizza Huts. I handed him my resume. He asked me about previous job experience, which I told him of while pointing to the list in my resume.
He then asked me to memorize some menu items then he left. he came back five minutes later and asked me to repeat what I memorized. When I was successful I got hired.
Help job seekers learn about the company by being objective and to the point.
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