How do group job interviews usually work?
I have one next Thursday and I'm really nervous- it'll be my first interview ever. Do I sit around with a bunch of other people wanting the job and answer questions? Do a bunch of employees ask me questions? I want to know what to expect if possible. Also, are there any tips I should know? Thanks!
Asked By: Emily - 5/25/2012
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I recommend you sign up to a free website called glassdoor.com, if the company you are applying to is well know, this site has feedback from people who applied at well known companies (retail, fast food, banks, restaurants etc.) sharing their experience at one on one or group interviews, interview questions, salary... More
Answered By: Freefromdrama - 5/25/2012
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With group interviews, you will generally be placed with a group of people. The bosses will then explain the job to everyone, and then one on one they will do an individual interveiw with everyone. They will ask you experience, availability, situations you've been in related to the job such as dealing with problems... More
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