Since its founding back in 1968, Penn Gaming has become a nationwide gaming mogul, employing nearly 20,000 in 29 facilities across the United States and Canada. If you would like to join the exciting industry of casinos and racetracks, then Penn Gaming could be the right for you. To help get ready for your upcoming interviews and Hogan pre-hire exams, JobTestPrep has put together a full and comprehensive study program with practice tests, so you can beat out the competition. Positions in the company range include HR, IT, Food, Dealers and more, let us help you prepare to kickstart or advance your career.
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With so many career paths at Penn Gaming, it would be impossible to cover everything within this short introduction. However, to provide some insight into how the company run the hiring process. Let’s take an inside look at the Administrative Interview process:
HR Tour of Facilities: The process begins with a tour lead by HR of the facility, you will be together with a group of other job seekers. Take this time to show your interest by asking questions and outshine the other applicants.
Tests: After the tour, you will be administered the written test, including math among Hogan pre-hire exams. You will then play a game of truth or lie. It will be up to you to decide if the hiring manager is lying or not. This is a test of your character as a human being.
Panel Interview and On-on-One:The final phase is a series of brief one-on-one interviews along with a final panel interview. The process should take around an hour and a half.
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A: They want to go beyond the resume and understand who it is they are potentially hiring. On the other hand, you want to make sure that your answer is suited to the position itself. Take this opportunity to tell a story that highlights your ability to work with others, or lead the pack, or perhaps find solutions to tough problems.
Q: Where do you think your career will be in 5 years?
A: People always trip over this question. Don’t be too meek, but on the other hand don’t be too haughty either. Use this opportunity to remind them of how you plan to use and develop your skills within the context of the position and company at large.
Q: What do you really know about the job?
A: Make sure you not only know the technical aspects of what will be expected of you, but also the dynamics needed to create a solid and cohesive environment.
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