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What do you feel is the most important characteristic in order to be successful with Backroads?
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1.
What do you feel is the most important characteristic in order to be successful with Backroads?
It is essential to research Backroads, Inc. before your interview. In your research try to find information on their company values and other areas of focus. Tie in those company values with your characteristics.

Ryan's Answer #1
"Through my research on Backroads, Inc. I saw a theme surrounding honesty and diligence. I agree that these characteristics are fundamental. In addition to these, I would add a positive attitude and strong listening skills."
Ryan's Answer #2
"Here are some other essential characteristics that you can draw on:

- Disciplined
- Intuitive
- Takes Initiative
- Responsible
- Positive Attitude
- Solid Communicator"
2.
There are many job options for you in this industry. Why do you specifically want to work with Backroads?
With many options in the industry for employment, why do you want to work for Backroads, Inc.? Talk to the interviewer about your preference for their company.

Ryan's Answer #1
"I am careful to be employed with a company that holds a strong industry reputation. I'd like to work for Backroads, Inc. because your training programs are above the industry standard and you have a reputation for treating your employees very well."
Ryan's Answer #2
"I especially want to work for Backroads, Inc. because I have friends who have worked here before with really positive feedback on their experiences. I am looking for a positive work environment where I can stay for a long time to come."
3.
In our industry you will come across some difficult customers. How do you handle an upset customer?
Are you able to brush it off when a customer is rude to you, or do you take it personally? Assure the interviewer that you can keep professional composure when it comes to rude or demanding customers.

Ryan's Answer #1
"I have spent many years working in the restaurant, hotel, and other customer service based industries. I do not take it personally anymore when a customer is rude or difficult. I will do my best to make them happy, but I fully understand that you cannot appease everyone."
Ryan's Answer #2
"I handle an upset customer with utmost care! I listen, and do my best to help fix whatever issue they feel is upsetting them."
4.
As an employee with Backroads you will be required to handle cash and other types of customer transactions. Do you consider yourself a trustworthy and honest person?
Can you be trusted with company money, and company product? Draw on the strength of your references and assure the interviewer that you are a trustworthy and honest employee.

Ryan's Answer #1
"One of my greatest strengths as an employee is my level of honesty and trustworthiness. I have multiple references who will attest to the fact that I am competent and honest. I have experience handling large amounts of cash and have never had a discrepancy."
Ryan's Answer #2
"I see myself and trustworthy and honest! My integrity has never been questioned, and my most recent supervisor will be happy to give you a solid reference regarding my reliability and transparent approach in the workplace."
5.
Have you received any formal industry training in your previous roles?
Many restaurants, hotel, and leisure based companies will have an internal employee training program. Talk to the interviewer about any specialized training you have received in your career.

Ryan's Answer #1
"With Company ABC and Company XYZ I received two-week in-house training which included topics on best-practices, health and safety, and up-selling. They were beneficial training programs. Can you tell me a bit more about your training program here at Backroads, Inc.?"
Ryan's Answer #2
"I am new to the workforce and have not experienced a lot in the way of industry training. I do have my food safety certificate and look forward to gaining even more training through this role with Backroads, Inc.."
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