Top 20 Applied Industrial Technologies Interview Questions
Tell us about a time when you were particularly effective on prioritizing tasks and completing a project on schedule.
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Tell me about a time you set a goal, but were unable to reach it.
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What is your leadership style?
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What hours are you custom to working?
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Why did you go into this career field?
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Have you ever been asked to resign from a position?
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What are one or two sources, you use to keep current on updates, news, etc, in your profession?
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What is the reason you are planning to leave your current employer?
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How did you get started in this profession?
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How do you deal with ambiguity?
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In what areas do you believe Applied Industrial Technologies could improve upon itself?
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How have you gone about making important decisions?
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Can you recall a time when you were less than pleased with your performance? When was this?
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How do you involve your manager when you make a decision?
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Tell me about a time when your supervisor criticized your work. How did you respond?
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What do you know about the company culture at Applied Industrial Technologies?
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Why are you the best candidate for us?
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How long do you see yourself working at Applied Industrial Technologies, if hired?
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What part of working at Applied Industrial Technologies, do you believe you will dislike the most?
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Tell me about a time when a coworker insulted or humiliated you, how did it make you feel? How did you react to it?
About Applied Industrial Technologies
Applied Industrial Technologies is an industrial distributor that offers more than five million parts to serve the needs of MRO and OEM customers.
Joseph M. Bruening founded Applied Industrial Technologies, then called the Ohio Ball Bearing Company, in 1923. First year sales totaled $82,000. Over the next few decades, new branches opened and sales rose steadily.
In 1953, the company was renamed Bearings, Inc. As acquisitions were made (Dixie Bearings, Inc., King Bearing, Inc., Mainline Industrial Distributors, Inc.), the company?s product and service offering grew. Bearings, Inc. became an authorized distributor for bearings, power transmission supplies, fluid power components and industrial rubber products.
In 1995, Bearings, Inc. recorded more than a billion dollars in sales for the first time. Acquisitions were made in 1996 (Engineered Sales, Inc.) and 1997 (Invetech Company (parent company of Detroit Ball Bearing, American Bearing and Power Transmission, Moore Bearing, Kentucky Bearing Service and Hewitt Transmission)).
The company?s name was changed to Applied Industrial Technologies in 1997.