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Poor Working Habits 05 May 2005 10:01 #24866

When interveiwing potential employees, what are some of the warning signals you look for that may indicate a person may not have good working habits?
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Re: Poor Working Habits 05 May 2005 22:05 #24867

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My Question: "What made you apply at the theatre?"
Their answer: "My parents made me, told me to get a job"

Always look for serious, energetic, involved people
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Re: Poor Working Habits 06 May 2005 20:46 #24868

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Q: "Do you understand that if the show doesn't run, and it's your fault, just don't bother coming back to work?"

A: "What if_________?"

They either get it, or they don't.
Paul Turner
Avalon Cinema
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Re: Poor Working Habits 24 May 2005 23:21 #24869

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Work history.
Look closely at their past work history for short term stays at a job and/or large gaps in work history.
One short-stay job could mean it was just a job that didn't fit them.
Several of them or gaps means they are either lazy or got fired.
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