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Union Square Hospitality Group
Sports and Entertainment was asked...1 February 2018

Why do you think you would be a good fit for Union Square

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I am a very hard work's

I need a lot of jobs and I am a bartender here at Golden Tulip Hotel in India.

This is the game that we have to make guest houses love, they have to attract us

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Sony Music Entertainment

An artist is expected to arrive at a hotel that a colleague has booked, you discover that the booking was not completed, with the artist expected to arrive in a few hours, what do you do?

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Communicate with your colleague who made the booking, and inform them that booking was not completed. Then contact the hotel, and arrange another room if available. Once the booking is completed, inform the artist of the complication, but all has been sorted, and update artist with itinerary Less

I 'd make an immediate booking with that hotel and explain the importance for making a room available . Less


They asked me to take them through my previous work experiences.

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I gave an elaborate explanation of my previous employment.

Chessington World Of Adventures

What can you bring to our team

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I enjoy working in a team and bouncing off others to gain the best results, I am also very independent and am able to think on my feet in time sensitive situations. Less


Have you had any specific ideas on possible campaigns, if you were to work here?

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Maintain the Classics originality, style and name as traditionally yet try to expand into other markets that usually do not have Reebok as a top brand/pick for sneakers. Example would be for music festivals for genres like EDM/House, in which specific shoe styles could be marketed towards those consumer profiles. Less

Universal Orlando Resort

What do you know about the events business in Orlando?

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I had done a lot of online research about the overall business climate in the area and specific information about Universal's piece of it. It was an expected question, and I was very comfortable answering it. Less

Knott's Berry Farm

At the second interview, I met with a two person panel. A male and a female. The male did all the talking and asked very detailed questions about the job I was applying for. In this case I applied for soundboard operator. He asked about signal flow, typical mic placement, digital sound board operation, analog sound board operation, amplification, speaker placement, arrays, rigging, DSP, trouble shooting electrical and signal flow problems. He also showed and asked me about diagrams and equipment identification. BUT... he also asked lots of questions relating to lighting like lighting plots, programming, DMC cabling, intelligent lighting, lekos, source 4's, rigging and placement. Then he went on to details about A/V...LCD projector setup and placement. Screen setup - tripod and fast fold, multi projector setup, room acoustics, lighting and so forth. He also went into detail about theatrical setup and terminology. All in all, if you knew your stuff and can comfortably set up and troubleshoot sound, lighting and a/v, it should be pretty easy. Anyways, I hope this helps.

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I've been doing concert and a/v for many years, so it was pretty easy. There were little things like cables he showed me that I haven't worked with before but can easily be figured out. I didn't have experience doing theater, only the acting side. That's the only part I had difficulty with. Been three weeks and still waiting for an answer. Hopefully soon Less

Walt Disney Company

Basic questions such as how would your friends describe you? Give an example of how you handled a difficult customer?

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I was surprised with the manager who interviewed me because he got my name wrong then he didn't even bother to look at my resume. Instead he sat down in front of me looking through his phone at my resume during the first 5 minutes of the interview. When he did that I knew I wasn't going to get the job and he was just going through the motions. He was nice though distant. I wish he would have just said we already have someone in mind instead of making me sit through the interview. I would have been okay with him being upfront. Less


What is your best skill?

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Account Management, project management

Merlin Entertainments

How would you fix an audio issue

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Go from the source of the audio through the board to the speaker checking for issues Less

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