Ten interview questions:
1. May I have one of your business cards?
2. What is the turnover history among new hires for the job under consideration? 3. How often will I be evaluated if I am hired?
4. When will the next hiring decision be made?
5. How would you describe your company’s culture?
6. Why did you join this company?
7. What do you wish you would have known before you joined the company? 8. How long have you been with this company?
9. What do you like most/least about the company?
10. What are the biggest challenges/opportunities the company is facing in the next year?
Completing this research paper on two careers, a forensic practitioner and baker has changed my plans dramatically. After researching the career as a baker I now know that that is not a job that I would want to pursue. As a baker I don’t feel like I am making much of a difference, baking a cake or bread will not save someone’s life. I want to make a difference in life and help people. Becoming a forensic practitioner I can do that. I found more excitement in researching that career. When I think about choosing a career, I feel it must be something that I could see myself doing and enjoying for the rest of my life. Working in a lab and seeing crime scenes amazes me! I learned a lot of things about both careers. A baker takes his/her time to create products to perfection. They work long hours and have great career advantages. A forensic practitioner works mainly in a lab, sometimes alongside police officers. All of the expectations that I had for this project were fully met. I was pleased to have the opportunity to research both careers, now I know what career fits me and which one doesn’t.
Panera bread was established in 1991 by Louis Rane and Ron Shoich. Panera bread headquarters: 3630 S. Geyer road
Mission: the company’s mission is a loaf of bread in every arm. Every...
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