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What tips or advice would you give to someone interviewing at Scrubbi?

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  • You can do it!
    It's simple and straightforward. Nothing to be stressed about.

    Be confident in yourself.

  • My advice:
    1. Truly be yourself. Show some personality and be engaging. Show them you want the job.

    2. Know how to answer how to clean a house

    3. Make sure you can pass a background check.

    4. Follow ups are always good.

    5. Be friendly.


    As long as your friendly and can clean you will be fine.

  • Interview is easy. You don't need to prepare too much. The only thing I would prefer for is th example question they ask. They ask how you would clean a house. Make sure you give a bit of detail. For example saying you would start upstairs first. In the bedrooms. And then explain how you would clean a bedroom. It's fairly simple and easy. They just want to know that you can clean.

  • Just be yourself. Going into an interview is always makes you nervous. These people are friendly. Confidently answer the questions, especially the example question of how to clean. It's an easy interview..you can do it.
    If you get an interview with them and get the job...take it! You will not be disappointed working for this company.

  • Don't. Interview is easy enough you will get the job but you should not take the job you should absolutely find a different job.

  • The person who interviewed me sounded so out of it and stumbled over all of her questions and I held the entire interview. I think they’re a bunch of scammers.
    Just get your own cleaning contract

  • Do not believe whatever they tell you, request a Skype interview. If they try to tell you otherwise its a scam, honestly is a scam anyways so proceed with caution. You defianty wont get work in Winnipeg.

  • Find a company that treats it's employees fairly and with compassion.

  • Easiest interview you will ever have. An 8 year old could answer their stupid questions and get the job.

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