I had a 4 stage interview, First I had a telephone interview then a meet and greet interview with the team leader and to fill out an application form, then I had what is called and OJE where you will work for a couple of hours to see how you would fit in with staff and guests and get to know how things work. After this I had a 4th interview with the ops manager more just a formal chat to confirm a couple of things and make sure you’re happy with how things work within the business!
We usually ask what type of work you have done in the past.
It was relaxed didnt feel like an interview at all, the housekeeper should have been there too but shed gone home sick.
I found it friendly and easy. Just be prepared. Learn about the company, show lots of interest!
It was very frightening and worrying in fact I had a nervous breakdown the day after the interview
From experience, friendly and gentle. But I`d suggest you won`t be called for interview if they don't think you are a good fit for the position offered. They may look for people interested in long term employment, so students might have less success.
Simple. Just ask why would you be a good candidate and the time looked at my work experience form.
Answered - Cleaner (Former Employee) - Manchester, Greater Manchester
Very short and casual, very friendly and easy, simple questions
Answered - Bar and Restaurant Assistant (Former Employee) - Manchester City Centre, Greater Manchester
Quick interview, no nonsense questions like if you were an animal which one would you be,,,,
Answered - Receptionist (Former Employee) - Greater London
The interveiw process was exellant just like the managaer he was extremley polite
Answered - Premier Inn Hotels. (Former Employee) - Tenby