Interview Project What is a retail manager? A retail manager is the person ultimately responsible for the day-to-day operations (or management) of a retail store. All employees working in the store report to the retail manager. A store manager reports to a district or general manager. Mr. Armendarez has been with the RadioShack Company for the last 10 years slowly working his way up the ladder to success. He came from Austin, accepting the role as a store manager for the Lakewood branch of RadioShack 4 years ago. A proud student of The University of Texas Austin, Mr. Armendarez received his degree in education, but found that his true calling was with the RadioShack Company. My interview with Mr. Armendarez will give some insight in his duties as a manager, how he feels about his job description and many other questions. In the beginning of the interview, we really began to get a true understanding of the role as a manager. Mr. Armendarez shared with us that a day in the life of a manager is pretty fast paced and that a lot of the daily operations that he tends to deal with employee training/coaching, customer service and creative brainstorming. Even though the previously mentioned don’t seem as bad, the job has its “not so fun” tasks as well. Being a manager you must also deal with customer issues and finding a solution, employment performance issues and proper business decisions. Not all very glamorous situations to be in, but they are things that must be taken care of. Next, Mr. Armendarez shared with us some information about getting employed with the company, the benefits one can receive and other information about the company. In order to become a successful RadioShack employee, learning how to build character while building rapport is a key tool you will use in the retail business. It will promote good customer service and you will build a good reputation. Starting out with the company, an employee would make around $16,000.00 a year. The company also provides benefits to its employees such as healthcare, paid vacations, a 401K, tuition reimbursement and compensation bonuses. All of these are great benefits for a person starting out with the company, or starting their first job. Mr. Armendarez also shares with us that in order to move up in the company great skills to obtain and expand on are customer service, people skills and sales experience. The better an employee does in their sales, the better chance they have at getting noticed by the district managers to become a store manager. Lastly, Mr.
Interview Paper: Karla Carranza
April 1, 2014
Working in the field of hospitality industry there are many professions that you can be. My interest in this industry would definitely lean towards the restaurant aspect of being a station manager or a general manager for a store. To gain more knowledge in the hospitality industry I had asked to speak to the general manager of a fast food/casual dine in restaurant named Pollo Campero. Pollo Campero is a restaurant that serves…
Robert Holly Jr, is my uncle (my mother’s brother) whom I chose to speak as my interviewee.
Robert would now be 62 years old, born on the south side of Chicago. It was stated that he
had been married twice and is no longer married. I specifically chose Robert because he is
always open to share his remembrance of his past vividly. My uncle has never encountered
any violence or racial discrimination directly but he remembers how he felt from seeing things
ESL Teacher Interview
Dr. Glenn Tracy
My person that I interviewed is very unique besides being a very good teacher. She had received the honor of being selected ‘Teacher of the Year” a few years back here at Perkins County Schools (Grant, NE), so I knew her methods and strategies were tried and true. She has several different hats in our school system with English Language Learner (ELL) being just one part. She was asked to work with/for me in this program with…
* Introduction: Proper planning and preparation can help eliminate the stress and nervousness that comes with going to a job interview. Here are some tips on how to make a job interview feel less like a job.
* Take the time to get to know your employer so you can speak more intelligently about the company and in my opinion, the interview would go a lot quicker and smoother.
* Always make it a point to learn about the job and its description. In desperate situations we…
A job interview is a process in which a potential employee is evaluated by an employer for prospective employment in their company, organization, or firm. During this process, the employer hopes to determine whether or not the applicant is suitable for the role.
TYPES OF JOB INTERVIEWS
1. Traditional one on one job interview
2. Panel Job Interview
3. Behavioural Job Interview
4. Group Job Interview
5. Phone Job Interview
6. Lunch Job Interview
1. Traditional one on one…
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Karen Chambers of Bushkill recently graduated from the University of Phoenix with a master’s degree in health administration/education. The day after the ceremony, she began working toward a doctorate.
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The budgetary interview: Intentional learning
for students in governmental and non-proﬁt
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A Biography of your Interview Partner
• The finished interview should be at least 550
words in length.
• There will be at least one quote “source” from
the interviewee preceded by their name. In
citation language, their name is an ‘attributive
• The attributive tag should direct the reader to the
Works Cited page that is directly under the top
• The top draft should be error free in grammar.
• This can be done in first person perspective…
et al. conducted interviews among twenty four employees to study the impact of work on health behaviours. This article aims to critically review Nicola Payne et al.’s published paper “Employee’s perceptions of the impact of work on health behaviours”, especially analysing the strengths and limitations of the research method they used and make some recommendation for improvement.
Key words: review interview work health behaviours criteria
Interview as a qualitative…