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Capital One
IT Development Program was asked...2 April 2012

1 million card applications. $1 per application cost to do employment verification. 96% pass verification and get a card. 4% fail and do not get cards. Given average profits on cardholders in good standing, and average losses on accounts that default, find the % of denied cardholders that would have to default in order to justify the $1 per application verification cost .

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Anymore info given? I think you'd either need to know the percentage of cardholders in good standing, or the percentage of cardholders in bad standing. Less

This appears to be a trick question that makes you think they want to know the break-even point. However: how can someone default on a credit card that they were "denied" and never issued? Less

Its hypothetical - IF they were given the card and IF they defaulted on it... how many of them would have to default in order for the losses from their accounts to justify the $1/application cost of rejecting them. Less

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what are you expected about your salary?

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at that time i said i am looking for job, just net a opportunity.

It can continue to support my family need.

12000 aed

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Maa Althahab
IT was asked...26 June 2018

How would you like to start?

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As you like


I would like to have a ticket from Tehran to Istanbul and come to the company and start working Less

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"Do you have any reservations reporting to a woman."

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This should not matter. Treat it as a "red flag" that may indicate prejudice or a tolerance unprofessional behavior. Less

No problem working under a woman’s guidance

I have worked under many women IT management and they have been awesome.

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UnitedHealth Group

Why are man-hole covers round?

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I would also think so that they can be rolled instead of carried when being moved. Less

Because that is the standard.

Because cars are not

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Shusaku Yamamoto

Tell me a time when you take risk but did not succeed.

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Risk taken: Joining SY Did not succeed because: The firm is a hellish place to work, has been subject to successful law suits from Japanese staff and has a dreadful attrition rate for workers (most leave within a year, many as a result of getting fired) Less

Risk: Working for SY Did not succeed because: SY is a nightmarish place to work Less

Risk taken: signing on at SY Did not succeed: because SY is a white-collar sweatshop where people are fired at random. Less


What is RAM?

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Random Access Memory

Retail assistant manager



Why do you want to work for our organization?

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It seems like an easy enough question but you have to make the answer one that offers an asset or benefit to the employer not just about your own wishes or preference. Less

As a previous member and volunteer at a YMCA giving back and volunteering is a big part of my personal values. I would love to work for a organization that gives back to the community and makes a difference. I would put that dedication towards the work I do for the YMCA knowing that I will be contributing to making a positive difference and creating value for the company. Less

Your organization focuses on kids whom I've always been passionate about educating: low-income youth. I have also always been passionate about helping poor people and this organization allows me to be an active in helping low-income communities Less

Brasfield & Gorrie

What value do you bring us?

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I have legitimate field experience that could benefit the innovation team.

30 years experience in Industrial Field as a journeyman ironworker

25 years in Heavy Equipment Operating/Job site Foreman reading blue prints , Safety meeting’s for crew weekly, Less

Shusaku Yamamoto

What is the most important thing for a company?

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OR, you can point out that pursuit of profit should always consider the long-term. If you treat employees like disposable garbage in the mistaken belief that by doing so you will maximise profits, those employees will eventually end up in a position to divert business to other firms. What's more that poor treatment will eventually become publicly known and clients will take their money elsewhere. So when it became known that SY was successfully sued, not once, but at least twice by Japanese staff for workplace harassment, this cost SY Japanese clients. Less

Apparently its "profit"....not providing a service to the public or anything.

remember to answer world peace and sing kumbayah at the camp fire while you're at it. Less

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