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31 Questions and Answers Written by Carly Zucker

Written on August 1st, 2018 |
Question 1 of 31
Do you have experience in corrective discipline and terminations?
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How to Answer
Terminations and corrective discipline measures can be very difficult to do but, with experience, they do get more comfortable. Talk to the interviewer about the extent of your experience with terminations and discipline. Give an example of how you handled an employee in the past or if you had to let the employee go, what you did. If you do not have the experience, share how you would handle it and that you understand the importance in being professional.

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Question 2 of 31
Tell me about your experience in training and coaching others.
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Coaching and training experience may not be a direct requirement for this role, but they are abilities that are always valued by an employer. Briefly explain the knowledge that you do have in training, and coaching, in the workplace. If you coached another student in school or volunteered to tutor, you can mention your ability to coach and train others.

Question 3 of 31
What do you enjoy doing in your free time?
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If you are a part of any organizations, sports teams or clubs, talk about your involvement. Share the role you play and your contribution as well as what you enjoy about it. If you enjoy other activities like writing, hiking or spending time with friends, talk about those too. This question gives the interviewer a chance to get to know you. They are interested in learning about your personality and what motivates you. They also want to get a sense of what it would be like to have you on the team and if you would mesh well with others. If any of your outside activities are related to this position, definitely share the skills you have learned and the similarities. For example if your activity involves team work, mention that.

Question 4 of 31
Do you have reliable transportation?
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Even if you're not expected to drive for the job, you will need to have some form of reliable transportation. If you take the bus or ride a bike, that works too! What matters is that you are reliable. Share that you have the means to get to work consistently and on time.

Question 5 of 31
How many days were you absent from work last year?
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A part of being a diligent employee is to ensure that you are always on time and present when expected. It's great to even be 10 minutes early rather than just showing up right on the dot. Talk to the interviewer about your attendance. If you were ever late, explain what you did to make sure it didn't happen again.

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Author of Jack in the Box Answers and Questions

Carly Zucker
Carly Zucker is an Instructional Designer who creates training for higher education, K-12 and organizations. She also has a background in corporate recruiting. With her experience, she enjoys creating fun and engaging material for her learners. When she is not kayaking or trying a new restaurant, she is writing about exciting innovations in education.
Published: 08/01/2018

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