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What's one of the hardest decisions you've ever had to make?
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What kind of techniques to be used how to handle offshore.
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We had a very talented athlete in our club, who, when it was time to sign up for a new season, went to try out the other clubs in the city before finally returning to our club. This wouldn't have been so bad, except that over the past year, she had caused quite a bit of drama, bullying other team mates online, and speaking wrongly of them at practice. We had also found out that she had been talking wrongly of our club and our athletes to people at the other clubs in the city. When she tried to come back to our club, we were torn between her strong athletic skills and the bad image she had been giving our club. We finally decided that her skills weren't worth the drama and bad name she had been giving our organization, so we told her that she was no longer welcome at our facility.
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The hardest decision I have ever made was when I wanted to pursue my career in Naval Engineering, my dad told to go for medicine instead and was very serious about it. That was a very difficult situation and a hard decision to make because Naval engineering was something I had the zeal for. How I handled the situation was to speak to him in his happy moments about my dreams and goals for naval engineering and how I aimed in achieving it. He was impressed after speaking to him which he later agreed with my decision.
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When a manager confided in me as an HR Generalist and says they want to let go an employee for their continuous behavior. I have to make the final decision of their past warnings, attendance and misconduct to ensure this is a fair and just dismissal.
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  1. What's one of the hardest decisions you've ever had to make?
  2. Explain how you would be an asset to this organization.
  3. What parts of your education do you see as relevant to this position?
  4. Describe the most significant presentation you had to complete.
  5. Tell me about a situation when you had to learn something new in a short time. How did you proceed?
  6. How has your education prepared you for your career?
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6 J.D. Irving, Limited User Answer Examples
1.
What's one of the hardest decisions you've ever had to make?
User-Submitted Answers
1.
What kind of techniques to be used how to handle offshore.
2.
We had a very talented athlete in our club, who, when it was time to sign up for a new season, went to try out the other clubs in the city before finally returning to our club. This wouldn't have been so bad, except that over the past year, she had caused quite a bit of drama, bullying other team mates online, and speaking wrongly of them at practice. We had also found out that she had been talking wrongly of our club and our athletes to people at the other clubs in the city. When she tried to come back to our club, we were torn between her strong athletic skills and the bad image she had been giving our club. We finally decided that her skills weren't worth the drama and bad name she had been giving our organization, so we told her that she was no longer welcome at our facility.
3.
The hardest decision I have ever made was when I wanted to pursue my career in Naval Engineering, my dad told to go for medicine instead and was very serious about it. That was a very difficult situation and a hard decision to make because Naval engineering was something I had the zeal for. How I handled the situation was to speak to him in his happy moments about my dreams and goals for naval engineering and how I aimed in achieving it. He was impressed after speaking to him which he later agreed with my decision.
4.
When a manager confided in me as an HR Generalist and says they want to let go an employee for their continuous behavior. I have to make the final decision of their past warnings, attendance and misconduct to ensure this is a fair and just dismissal.
2.
Explain how you would be an asset to this organization.
User-Submitted Answers
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I am pleasant punctual organised very helpful to both my team mates and the customers alike.
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CBAP Certified, technicallly sound, my experi3ence, expertise, my education.
3.
As a certified management accountant with close to 6 years off experience I would utilize all the knowledge that I gained both academically and professionally where ever possible in the process that I do in the organisation with the proven track record and analytical, problem solving skills and innovative thinking I feel I would be a great asset to the organization.
3.
What parts of your education do you see as relevant to this position?
User-Submitted Answers
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The most important I feel is communication. Being able to talk with fellow employees and management to ensure everyone is on the same page is important.
2.
I have a bachelor degree and a chance certification where I have learnt all about accounting and finance .I feel this knowledge helps me to succeed and proceed with this position.
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Throughout both of my degrees, I developed skills such as communication, organization, time management, and prioritizing. I also have very strong writing skills, and am very comfortable with programs such as Microsoft word, Microsoft Excel, Power Point, and Smart Board.
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My power engineer cert. May help in future postings. I see my education as the last 15 years I have spent working at Flakeboard. I have learnt how to react quickly to upset conditions, manage time with work orders, work in a team environment, shift work,
4.
Describe the most significant presentation you had to complete.
User-Submitted Answers
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To an irving customer with special instructions and a tight deadline.
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With the program we had to design and sell a golf course to an actual architect and mine was the chosen design.
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Team presentation on Project Based Learning - encompasses every subject area, term - long project.
5.
Tell me about a situation when you had to learn something new in a short time. How did you proceed?
User-Submitted Answers
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An employee left abruptly and his work still needed to be completely so I studied hard and fast to complete his orders.
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Listened to the information, asked questions, and followed the directions.
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I had been to UK for a 2 month migration . And with in a week I had to submit a 50 page report to the cfo of barclaycard. I quickly checked the previous months report for a sample and updated the current month and sent it across for which I was much appreciated.
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During my internship I often had to learn a subject and find an interesting way to present it to the class. I always mastered the topic by reading through the NB curriculum, speaking to other teachers who taught similar subjects, reading through text books, and searching various teaching sites online.
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Improvements and trials are always going on at work. We could learn of a trial 15-30 minutes before it starts, so with little preparation we take our knowledge of the current operation and figure out how this trial is going to play out.
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How has your education prepared you for your career?
User-Submitted Answers
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I have gained plenty of knowledge through the courses I have taken at university that can be applied to on the job work. However, the most important skills I have gained from my education are time management, organization and how to handle stress.
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I have taken Human Resources and completed my BA in university. Given my background I know I would make a great fit for the role, and would be excited to join the team.
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To work as a team, what to do with information given, how to communicate.
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My education has been playing a vital role in my carrers growth by enabling me to understand the financial terms and proceed further in solving the issues a raising in the process. And with constant up gradation of my knowledge makes me move up the ladder in my carrers faster.
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My education has taught me the importance of inclusion and cultural awareness. It has taught me to be politically correct. I have learned strong communication skills, writing skills, and time management. I have also learned to prioritize and handle stress.
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My education has taught me about inclusion and the importance of cultural awareness. It has also made me very comfortable with communication through conversation, writing, and online.
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