Preguntas de entrevista de Branch manager
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Interview questions will be generic related to your past experience, analytical skills, infact they will assess your entire personality by asking you some situation reaction questions. Tip: Be honest in your interview.
Tell me about yourself. Tell me about your hometown
Tell me about yourself Tell me about your hometown
When did you have to make a hard decision when faced with a problem and what did you do?1 respuestas
Highly questionable ethical practices and no delegation of authority to hiring managers. I explained about a time that my boss was considering using falsified numbers while deployed to an austere location in Afghanistan, where there is no human resources section, or any other department of that nature. I communicated privately with my boss explaining that I would not use falsified numbers, and my boss ended up agreeing and doing the right thing. I did not report him because he ended up doing what was right and I would not report somebody for doing the right thing. That would be like reporting to the police somebody for saying that they wanted to steal a car, but never did. Simply doesn't make sense. And again, we did not have anyway to report them even if I wanted to at that time. The HR Executive went on to say "At our company, we would have reported that". Immediately, I knew I did not want to work for this company. I am completely insulted that they would question my integrity and ethical inclinations. I have a Top Secret/SCI security clearance with the government and I live and breathe honesty, integrity, and ethics everyday. I doubt very much that this company does the same. And you would think that after completing 4 interviews for a management position that you would hear something back regarding the status of the position. I followed up on a couple of different occasions and never once heard anything back. Very disrespectful. Unfortunate that this is how they treat disabled veterans looking to improve their company. Menos