joe and the juice interview questions

JOE & THE JUICE is much more than juice, coffee & sandwiches. We are highly passioned people that love what we do! We offer a great work environment where you can develop your own abilities in a diverse culture. By working at JOE & THE JUICE you become part of a great family that welcomes all individuals with open arms. Watch some of our employees from around the world provide their view on working at JOE & THE JUICE. Join our family now – you wont regret it!

“We show how to lead the way and show others how things are done. For me, the perk of being a shift manager, is that you learn that all people are not the same – everyone is different. You need to take an individual approach with the new juicers, show them the JOE ambience. Being a shift manager teaches me quite a lot. Especially the part of working with people because what you learn from that you can bring with you in your future career. For me the role is a blast.”

“The bar manager in in charge of the store. We have to lead and develop our team. The way I do it, is through team meetings and personal communication. It is very important to talk to the juicers and understand their problems, difficulties or trouble with their training. As a bar manager, you are the one that your Regional Manager trusts to operate the store at an optimal level. That is why I think the position is one of the most important in the company.”

“When you are a bar manager, you learn how to perform with your team. As a regional manager, you learn how to perform through other people. Dealing with KPI’s and juicer training, you have to be very human as a regional manager – you cannot be indifferent. You have to be a responsible mentor. I think that giving both bar managers, shift managers and juicers a purpose for working in JOE is part of being a regional manager. You come to work with a purpose, and not just for a paycheck.”

Cashier/Juicer Interview

The questions were really easy such as “Why do you want to work for Joe & The juice?” “What can you bring to the table, anything from your previous experiences?” What’s your least and favorite thing about London?

Interview with Egill, Joe and The Juice employee

Interviews for Top Jobs at Joe & The Juice

  1. What are three words you’d use to describe yourself?
  2. What’s your least and favorite thing about London?
  3. Why did you leave your last job?”
  4. Are you okay with coming in at 5am to clean, count the register, and set up the station?
  5. If you could have a superpower what would it be and why?
  6. What superpower would you have?
  7. How would you describe yourself?
  8. What have you been up to lately?
  9. Why do you want to work for Joe & the Juice?
  10. What is your superpower?
  11. What can you bring to the company
  12. What’s your greatest weakness?
  13. What do you like to do outside of work?
  14. What do you do for fun?
  15. Why do you want to work here?
  16. Why did you apply here and how many hours are you looking to work?

What candidates say about the interview process at Joe & The Juice

  • The interview is like a casting, where the best people who performs well at the casting will have the job.Shared on March 27, 2018 – Bar Manager – Manhattan, NY

What was your interview with Joe & The Juice like?Your insights will help other jobseekers.

  • Casual (t-shirt and jeans)48 %
  • They didn’t have a dress code39 %
  • Business casual (e.g. dress slacks)13 %
  • Formal (business suit)0 %
  • Special outfit (e.g. protective gear)0 %

JOE & THE JUICE is much more than juice, coffee & sandwiches. We are highly passioned people that love what we do! We offer a great work environment where you can develop your own abilities in a diverse culture. By working at JOE &THE JUICE you become part of a great family that welcomes all individuals with open arms. Watch some of our employees from around the world provide their view on working at JOE & THE JUICE. Join our family now – you wont regret it!

“We show how to lead the way and show others how things are done. For me, the perk of being a shift manager, is that you learn that all people are not the same – everyone is different. You need to take an individual approach with the new juicers, show them the JOE ambience. Being a shift manager teaches me quite a lot. Especially the part of working with people because what you learn from that you can bring with you in your future career. For me the role is a blast.”

“When you are a bar manager, you learn how to perform with your team. As a regional manager, you learn how to perform through other people. Dealing with KPI’s and juicer training, you have to be very human as a regional manager – you cannot be indifferent. You have to be a responsible mentor. I think that giving both bar managers, shift managers and juicers a purpose for working in JOE is part of being a regional manager. You come to work with a purpose, and not just for a paycheck.”

“The bar manager in in charge of the store. We have to lead and develop our team. The way I do it, is through team meetings and personal communication. It is very important to talk to the juicers and understand their problems, difficulties or trouble with their training. As a bar manager, you are the one that your Regional Manager trusts to operate the store at an optimal level. That is why I think the position is one of the most important in the company.”

FAQ

What should I wear to Joe and juice interview?

We offer a great work environment where you can develop your own abilities in a diverse culture. By working at JOE & THE JUICE you become part of a great family that welcomes all individuals with open arms. Watch some of our employees from around the world provide their view on working at JOE & THE JUICE.

What do you wear to a juice it up interview?

There is no dress code, and employees… Is Joe & The Juice a good company to work for? What tips or advice would you give to someone interviewing at Joe & The Juice? Be open minded and relax.

How do I ace a Trader Joe’s interview?

Interview tips at JUICE IT UP
  • Casual (t-shirt and jeans)37%
  • Business casual (e.g. dress slacks)31%
  • They didn’t have a dress code24%
  • Formal (business suit)6%
  • Special outfit (e.g. protective gear)2%

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