Questions d'entretiens - Workforce analyst
528Questions d'entretien pour Workforce Analyst partagées par les candidats
If a snail was trying to climb out of a well, the well in ten feet high and the snail can only climb three feet per day. However at the end of every day he slides back down two feet. How many days does it take to get out.2 réponses
8 days as once he reaches 10 feet on the 8th day he'd be out so no sliding back.
At first 10, then realized he would be able to crawl out on the tenth
Give me an example of a work crisis you were in and how you handled it.2 réponses
I worked in a very busy clinic where I was required to see patients every 15 minutes and sometimes they were double booked. It was extremely hectic and I felt like the patients were not receiving the best car. They were mostly all Medicaid patients. This caused me a lot of anxiety because I had not ever worked like this or felt like this my whole career. To me this is a crisis because I chose to leave the job without having another job in place. Moins
I was not practicing with integrity. My belief system is that this high risk population needs more time, not less time. I was working in a Suboxone clinic. And I love my work in addictions. It is a passion. Moins
Just basic stuff like tell me about your background and work experience. I had more questions for her actually, but she couldn't answer them. Didnt even know who their top competitor was.2 réponses
Told her about my background.
Perhaps she is interviewing for her H1 or Labor Certificate requirement. Using people to obtain labor type of Visa. Moins
Everyone makes mistakes, tell me about a time where you screwed up in the workplace and what happened because of it1 réponses
I told them about a time where I screwed up at a prior job and actually cost the company over $1,000 in parts and time to fix it. Then told them how I told my boss, owned up to my mistake and then what happened because of the mistake. They applauded me for my honesty and said I gave them the realest answer they've ever heard before. Moins