Laundry Attendant Sample Job Interview Questions

Laundry Attendant Sample Job Interview Questions

 

 

Laundry attendant cleans the uniforms, towels, linens in organizations like hospitals, hotels and resorts.  They often are required to work shifts, evenings and weekends.

Looking for a better job in the hospitality industry? Below are the top questions asked by today’s recruiters, high-profile employers, and human resource professionals. Use these questions to help you prepare for your next job interview. Until next time, i wish you much luck and success in your laundry attendant career search.

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We need someone who is very dependable.  How would you describe your dependability when it comes to work?

Suppose you saw a co-worker who found a wallet while doing the laundry.  A few days later you discovered that no wallet was turned in.  How would you handle this?

What types of commercial laundry machines have you operated?

What do you know about this organization?

We are looking for someone with strong leadership skills in this Hospitality role. What are the major training and development needs of the people in your department? How did you identity these needs? What have you done to address them?

What are some of the most important reports you have written? How difficult were they to write? Why? What reactions did they get?

Describe a time when you had to make a decision as a Laundry Attendant when you really would have preferred more information.

It seems to me that there is a big difference between working for the employers that you have. Can you tell me about these differences? Did they present any problems for you? How did you overcome these problems?

Have you ever followed up with peers or other departments on the status of products or services that you needed? Tell me about one of these situations.

Think about some times when your work was above standard and when it was below standard in our job as Laundry Attendant. Think of several memorable examples. What were some reasons for the differences in performance?

How was your performance as a Laundry Attendant measured? Explain what you did to contribute to that rating.

Have you ever set up a course of action to accomplish a long-range goal or vision as a Laundry Attendant? What was it and how did you set it up?

Are you satisfied with your own, your team's or department's performance? Why/Why not? What action(s) are you taking (if any) to improve the performance?

How was your performance measured? Explain what you did to contribute to that rating.

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Bonus Questions


  • In your job, did you notice any process or task that was being done unsafely (unsafe machinery/equipment/worker)? How did you notice it? What did you do?
  • What have you done to improve your manager's efficiency or organization?
  • How do you do you secure cooperation? Give an example and describe the benefits you achieved.

Daily Interview Tip

Some interviewers may well have a set script of questions and while you may feel rushed, at some points, if the interviewer thinks they have the information they need they will want to move on. The decision to hire is often made in the first thirty seconds. Make a good first impression: Practice opening a door, coming into a room, offering your hand confidently, smiling and introducing yourself. This is the tricky thing about the telephone interview - you can't judge reactions in the same way as when you are face to face with an interviewer.