3 Additional Hospitality Job Interview Questions And Answers

Q. How would your coworkers describe you?
A. Just as important as it might be for you to get along with people who are not your coworkers, it is equally as important for you to get along with your coworkers. These are the people you're going to be around most of the time. Sometimes your ability to display to other people around you that they are welcome is for everyone to be on the same page. If you have a hard time getting along with your coworkers, then this tension and hostility may transfer when dealing with other people. This is something you do not want to have, so you want to make sure you along well with your coworkers and that you inform your prospective employer of your ability to do this, at least for the sake of the company.


Q. What has given you the most satisfaction at work?
A. Here is your chance once again to display to your prospective employer that you are satisfied seeing people happy with the service and hospitality you provide. Your ability to be happy with the hospitality you provide will help your prospective employers see that you are truly committed to providing the best customer service and hospitality possible. Seeing as how these are the types of traits they use to sell their company in the first place, your number one selling point should be these two attributes.


Q. How do you know when you have done a good job?
A. Seeing as how you are applying for a hospitality job one of the best hospitality job interview tips I could give you the display that you are satisfied when you see the smiles on customers or guests faces (that's not something you can show in your resume writing). The people you are trying to make comfortable will be the ultimate telling factor in whether or not you did a good job. The happier they are, the better of a job you have done. You should definitely emphasize this to your prospective employer when going for a hospitality job.

 

Gail Esparan