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Practicing before time understanding what the job of.
Answered - Cook/Cashier (Former Employee) - Hamilton, ON
Every inrview have diffrent and only good comunication skils requried
Know what you like to see as a customer and incorporate that into your answers, know how you would handle difficult situations and be able to explain your reasoning.
Answered - SUPERVISOR (Current Employee) - Winnipeg, MB
Be prepared for a lot of typical interview questions like 'how would you explain yourself'
Answered - TEAM MEMBER (Former Employee) - Burnaby, BC
Be prepared to be asked questions of how hard you are willing to work and what will you bring to the staff at the job. What are you expected to be paid while working there and how hard will you work to acquire this pay?
Answered - Cashier (Former Employee) - Keswick, ON
Just be who you are
Answered - Tim Hortons Store Front Team Member (Current Employee) - Cambridge, ON
I would go by five simple rules!1)dress to impress 2) resume and references in hand for interview3)be on time or 15min early4) answer questions without long story 5) deep breath and stay clam.
Answered - Sales Associate (Current Employee) - Cold Lake, AB
The interview is simple. If you have good communication skills you will go far!
Answered - Manager (Former Employee) - Winnipeg, MB
You should always be professional and always have a smile.
Answered - Supervisor/storefront (Current Employee) - Elmvale, ON