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Westcan Bulk Transport
A un Cdl A Driver le preguntaron...19 de marzo de 2014

How long do you plan to stay with us?

12 respuestas

Till I retire.

as long you happy with my performance , I am going to stay .

Depends on how much physical exercise I can intertwine with my career before my body starts falling apart. Menos

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IBM

What are your weekensses?

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I am very talkative and a poor listener.

My only weakness is I try to do things genuinely and with perfection, which sometimes creates a problem because it takes Time to do things with perfection. I prefer quality over quantity. Menos

Perfection over imperfections and quality over quantity are curable weaknesses. Getting the process right and replicating to perfection consistently is a weakness too. Menos

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TransForce

How much driving experience did I have and what do I expect from the company

8 respuestas

No

I expected company rules

5 years

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Kinougarde

De quel côté l’enfant doit marcher sur le trottoir

6 respuestas

Pas du cotés route

Du coté maison

Toujours du côté lent plus éloigné de la route

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Kinougarde

La petite Emma a mal a la gorge, que faites vous ?

6 respuestas

Appel ses parents

Appeler le samu

Aller à la pharmacie et payer un médicament

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Eze Software

Scenario: You have 8 golf balls and 1 is heavier than the 7 others. All you have is a balance used in chemistry classes. What is the shortest number of times you could measure the golf balls to find the heaviest ball?

6 respuestas

2 steps. 1. Put 3 balls on each side of the scale measure( [123], [456] ) If each group of 3 is equal: 2. Place the remaining two balls on the scale - measure( [7], [8] ) If each group of 3 is not equal: assuming [123] is heavier than [456] 2. Take 2 balls from the heavier group from step 1 and place them on the scale. measure( [1], [2] ) If they are equal then [3] is the heaviest Menos

i would say three. you could put 4 balls on each side and then take the heavier side. split that group into two balls on each side. then lastly split that group to have one ball on each side. Menos

i would say three. you could put 4 balls on each side and then take the heavier side. split that group into two balls on each side. then lastly split that group to have one ball on each side. Menos

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Eze Software

Scenario: If you were running late for a job interview and you had no lights on in your apartment. Let's say you went into your dresser drawer and had to pull out one pair of socks. All you had was black or brown socks. And there were 5 socks total, what is the least amount of pulls you could do?

4 respuestas

You have to pull out three socks to be sure that you had at least two of one color. Menos

it's 2. You could be lucky and get 2 socks of the same color.

it would have to be three socks because if you pulled just two, you could get one black and one brown. Menos

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Wolters Kluwer

In an environment of layoffs and restructuring, how do you keep your team motivated?

4 respuestas

Be open and honest if their roles are in jeopardy. Understand their concerns and answer their questions as best you can. If you do not know, say so. Keep them busy, and involved in important work. Menos

Mo on g ok ok lfNikki

Stay positive, and focus on the work at hand. Keeping busy on important work helps people realize what they are doing is important. An ideal mind is the devil's.... well, you know the old saying. Be sure the physical environment is welcoming. In summer, raise the blinds, clean the common areas of papers and clutter. You will be amazed how much better things look when you take 10 short minutes a day to make the physical environment look better. The sun is out, blue skies, and maybe it's not so bad here. Let people vent. If you are not holding 1-on-1 meetings, then start. Hear people out. Be honest about what you can talk about. Don't sugar coat anything, but give those more junior to you some context and a bigger view. Sure some people will be laid off, but most will remain. Opportunity to do different things will become available. Sure you will work harder, but you will learn, growth, and build your reputation for having a level head in complex times. Lastly, have a plan. Know what you will do as a manager if you have to layoff 1,2 or 3 people. Know how the work will move around. This will allow you act quickly and decisively should things come to that. Having a manager who looks in charge because they already thought it through will go a long way. Menos

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Florida Rock and Tank Lines

Do you have a CDL with hazmat and tanker endorsement

4 respuestas

yes

No

Yes

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ITT Aerospace

How to trouble shoot a problem, my abilities, how to handle grumpy people, and much more! I applied for a senior lead position then was told it would be for a tech 4 position 2nd shift. Then was told I would be the only tech on the shift, you could imagine the responsibility! Ive been a hands on manager for years and didnt mind the title as long as I was being compensated for all my skills and certs, in highly skilled and can do everything and anything thats put in front of me yet this company is unprofessional and don't have the decency to send an email that they had decided to go in a different direction!

3 respuestas

Honestly

Very honest

With the other post that seems to be the pattern!

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