Questions to ask a potentional Employer
What questions would you ask an interviewer for a position in HVAC
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Do you partake in on-going training?
I partake.....and we provide
Originally Posted by Mnfreeze
Technical incompetence is NOT a sales tool....
How many layoffs have you had recently?
How many techs do you have?
How many clients and are you trying to expand?
What do you do about trouble customers/workers?
Is your equipment (vans, pumps, etc) regularly maintained?
Do you offer/encourage training?
Average hours worked per week per tech? (This one is becoming more important to me and may even be my opening question. One of my previous jobs i skipped this one and it got me almost immediately. Pay was good but they only worked 24-30 hours a week. You think they would have mentioned that in the interview! I got trapped in that job for about a year before i could get out. On the flip side my last job was a minimum of 48 hours per week but they were clear and up front on that and i was fine doing it. That company had a high turnover rate mostly because of that and has since gone out of business.)
what national accounts do you cover...how often do i get the watch,and for how long? how much do you pay for me to metally be on it without calls and is it port to port billable to each call..do you have GPS"owner "OH i thought i mentioned that"...NO