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Brady Linen Services
Linen/Sort Attendant was asked...16 October 2017

Available to work times needed with mandatory overtime?

24 Answers

I accept the invitation gladly. I am willing to give my best to perform with responsibility for the work. Less

I accept the invitation gladly. I am willing to give my best to perform with responsibility for the work. Less

Yes

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Royal Mail

Do you have the right to work in the UK?

3 Answers

Just show proof of passport or work permit.

I have write for work

I have British passport

PMP Recruitment

do you have working arms and legs?

2 Answers

yes

I have an interview tomorrow is the job worth staying away from?

Australia Post

How will you go working early hours in the morning?

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I need prepare myself early schedule and get everything ready because if I am late will effect the company and all team Less

I am used to waking up early and getting on with the day because.....

Thrive Autism Solutions

Tell me about yourself

2 Answers

(((But keep it quick, because we don’t care)))

I'm a hard worker, I've gone to school for psychology.

OnTrac

Why do you think you can do this job with your eyes closed?

2 Answers

i know Ontra personally and have years of experience in comparable job responsibilities Less

that is OnTrac

OnTrac
Sorter was asked...29 September 2017

What do you want to get out of this job?

2 Answers

Consistency

How many years/months of experience is of working in your company?Because I have 1year of package handling and I would like to work in your company .Thanks Best wishes Less

Columbia Fruit Packers
Sorter was asked...6 September 2012

Do you know the grades of the fruit we work with?

2 Answers

Cherimoya Granadilla Guanabana Brazilian Guava Lulo fruit and juice Mamoncillo Maracuya Pitahaya Less

Cherimoya Granadilla Guanabana Brazilian Guava Lulo fruit and juice Mamoncillo Maracuya Pitahaya Less

FedEx Ground

Have u ever work in a very fast pace and physically demanding position.

2 Answers

Yes I do my best

Yes

LaserShip
Sorter was asked...26 September 2015

Why do you want this job, you seem overqualified.

2 Answers

Im unemployed.

This is why the inappropriate questions: Don't take the job if you don't have to. Tom Mara cultivates an innocent persona. It's as if he is playing a character in a play, with very thoughtful displays of his personality. He completely puts on the innocent or especially sweet act, which is easy to believe. You shouldn't take your first impression of him or any of them at face value. If you don't know a person well, they can mislead you into thinking they are innocent or sweet. The only real way to know a sociopath's true personality is by getting to know them well. But if you listen to your intuition, you may get the feeling that their persona is just too simple to be real. Non-sociopaths are genuine people and not a perfect picture of a simplified personality. WARNING: PLEASE BEWARE OF Predatory, philandering, sick men there, including but not limited to, effeminate Tom Mara who feign victim when they’re exposed, outed or confronted. I would just like to warn anyone looking for a position with this Company. Most of the people there are unskilled labor just trying to make ends meet. It's very diverse, which is a good thing, but then you realize, people are stuck there, with little to no education. LaserShip counts on this ignorance or lack of the ability to see that anyone has the ability to go somewhere where they can prosper and thrive. I would say this isn't a company for anyone with any integrity. It's especially not fit for females. Predators to the Nth degree. All in management, sales especially. Remember Uber, in the news recently? You NOW have an idea of what LaserShip is like. A bunch of dim-witted, philandering, Neanderthals who haven't realized that growing up and not cheating on your wives is not that bad. Beware of all of them, who pretend that they're family men and the ones who, especially project that they're so virtuous -- that projection is the red flag. They really wear who they are on the sleeves, so just watch and listen, but only if you have to work there; otherwise please stay away Less

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