مکالمه در مورد چگونه کار پیدا کنیم
A: I was wondering if you could help me use the Student Job Center.
B: There are many ways; what kind of job would you like?
A: I want to work in a restaurant.
B: Fine! Will you need part-time or full-time work?
A: I want to work part-time.
B: Fine, the two best ways are to use our local listings binders over there or you can use the computers with the Internet job listing sites. See them over there?
A: Yes, I know what to do.
B: Well, in addition, you can schedule an appointment with a job counselor on this list. If you would like to do that, sign here, OK?
A: Yes, I think that would be great.
B: Fine, well the job search tools are all here for you to use. Feel free to look around and use what works best for you. Have fun with it!
A: Could you help me figure out how to look for a job?
B: We have lots of options, what type of job do you need?
A: I want to work in an office
B: Do you want to work part-time or full-time?
A: I want to work full-time.
B: We have binders with local job listings or you can make use of the computers. OK?
A: I am confused a bit but I am sure that I can figure it out.
B: If you make an appointment with a job counselor, they can also provide you with a lot of information. Do you want to see a counselor?
A: No, I don’t think I need to do that.
B: Well, you know that this job center is here for your use, so help yourself. Good luck!
A: What is the best way to find a job here?
B: There are different ways of conducting a job search. Do you know what you want to do?
A: I don’t know.
B: Can you work part-time or full-time?
A: It doesn’t matter right now, either one would be OK.
B: The binders have current local jobs listings and the computer jobs lists are good too. Understand?
A: OK, I’ll go check it out.
B: Schedule an appointment with a counselor and you can get more information. Would that work for you?
A: I am not sure.
B: Everything that you need for a successful job search is here. Happy job searching!
مکالمه در مورد آماده شدن برای مصاحبه استخدام
A; Hey, could you help me try and figure out how to get ready for my job interview?
B: The most important thing to do is to make sure you know the company and what services or products it provides. Do you know all about them?
A: Yes, I pretty much understand the company.
B: Well, after you’ve done your research, you have to decide whether the company is casual or formal. Have you decided what they are yet?
A: Yes, I’ve been observing them.
B: When you are choosing what to wear, keep all of that in mind. Have you chosen what to wear?
A: I already have something to wear.
B: I would always be ready to go shopping with you! Should we talk about other basics?
A: OK, I am ready to think of other things.
B: You need to make sure you arrive on time, smile, be pleasant and friendly, look the person in the eye and answer all questions to the best of your ability. You’ll do great!
A: I am not sure what to do to get ready for my job interview.
B: Make sure that you understand the company. Do you understand what it is that they do?
A: No, I probably need to do some more research.
B: When you’ve finished your research it will help you figure out whether your company is rigid in philosophy or kind of more relaxed. Does that make sense?
A: I think that their attitude is rather casual.
B: So all of that information will help you to pick out what to wear. Do you have something to wear?
A: I have absolutely nothing so far.
B: I could go shopping with you sometime if you need it, but can we talk about other basics?
A: Yes, where should we go from here?
B: Focus on being relaxed and open, don’t forget to smile and shake hands and be genuinely interested in what their company is about. I’m sure you’ll do well.
A: What should I do to prepare for a job interview?
B: An understanding of the basic workings of a company and the services or goods it provides is essential. Do you have that?
A: Sort of, but I could know more, I guess.
B: With that understanding, you can figure out what your company is looking for in terms of basic attitude. Right?
A: I think that they are a very formal company.
B: What you wear is important. So keep in mind what is suitable for the company and type of work you will be doing. Need help?
A: I need a lot of help in this area.
B: In addition to clothes we need to think about other basics, OK?
A: Yes, what else should we think of?
B: Be prompt. Don’t forget to be friendly and interested. Listen carefully and listen to what they are really asking you. You’ll be a hit!
مکالمه در مورد پرسیدن سوال در مصاحبه
A: May I ask you how much this position pays per year?
B: This job pays sixty-five thousand dollars per year.
A: What kind of benefits does this job have?
B: This job provides full medical, dental, and disability.
A: What type of vacation time do we get?
B: You get 3 weeks paid vacation that you may use as you wish.
A: Do we have a 401K?
B: We offer a 401K with some matching funds available depending on length of service.
A: What type of professional development do you offer?
B: We provide up-to-date training on state of the art equipment.
A: Where do I sign up for my benefits package?
B: Down the hall. I’ll show you when the interview is over.
A: What is the annual salary for this job?
B: The annual salary is sixty-five thousand dollars per year.
A: What does the benefits package include?
B: This job pays for half of your medical, dental, and disability.
A: Do we get paid time off?
B: You have a total of 21 days paid time off which can be used for vacation, personal, or sick leave.
A: How about retirement?
B: We still offer a traditional retirement plan that pays out if you stay with the company for 5 years or more.
A: Can I get company provided specialized training?
B: We offer full tuition reimbursement for job related classes.
A: Where is the benefits office?
B: It’s on the second floor in Suite 201.
A: What will I earn per year in this job?
B: You can expect to earn sixty-five thousand dollars per year.
A: Are we covered by a good benefits plan?
B: The job has a menu plan where you are given a fixed amount of money and you choose what you most need in terms of benefits.
A: Can we take personal days off?
B: You get 2 weeks paid vacation and an additional 10 days of sick leave.
A: What do you offer in terms of a retirement plan?
B: We do not currently offer any retirement plan.
A: Do you reimburse for education that relates to my job?
B: We allow several weeks release time each year for our employees to attend job-related seminars and conferences.
A: Do you have a benefits brochure?
B: Whoa! Who said you got the job?