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招聘过程:面试求职者(二)
[ 2006-08-10 10:14 ]

很快,打字和听写测试结束了。Opal小姐将Melita介绍给Ballito先生。Melita小姐将接受Ballito先生的面试。下面是他们的对话。

MR BALLITO: Thank you Opal. Good afternoon, Miss Fagurian, do sit down.

MISS FAGURIAN: Good afternoon, Mr Ballito. Thank you very much.

MR BALLITO: Now Miss Fagurian, Miss Karli has just given me your application form and your dictation and typing test.

MISS FAGURIAN: I hope they're all right.

MR BALLITO: Yes, they're fine. Now, I'm going to ask you a few questions. Where did you learn shorthand - typing, Miss Fagurian?

MISS FAGURIAN: I took a one-year course at the Dongali Secretarial College.

MR BALLITO: I see. What other subjects did you learn?

MISS FAGURIAN: English and Office Practice.

MR BALLITO: So you know about what happens in an office but do you know anything about secretarial work?

MISS FAGURIAN: No, I haven't studied private secretarial work but your advertisement said secretarial training would be provided.

MR BALLITO: That's quite right. You would learn a lot from Miss Karli, she's an excellent secretary.

MISS FAGURIAN: Oh, yes, I'm sure I could learn a lot from Miss Karli. I also want to improve my English.

MR BALLITO: Yes, foreign languages are important for all office workers. I would like you to go to evening classes. The Company would pay your fees.

MISS FAGURIAN: Oh, that would be very nice. Thank you.

MR BALLITO: You've seen a copy of our Conditions of Service, haven't you?

MISS FAGURIAN: Yes, Mr Ballito.

MR BALLITO: So you've no questions about salary, holidays, hours of work and so on.

MISS FAGURIAN: No, thank you. Those points were explained very clearly.

MR BALLITO: Good, and have you any other questions?

MISS FAGURIAN: No thank you, Mr Ballito. I think I understand all about the job now.

MR BALLITO: Well, Miss Fagurian, I have only two more questions to ask you. The first is, do you think you would like to work here?

MISS FAGURIAN: Yes, I think I would like to work here very much indeed.

MR BALLITO: And when could you start work?

MISS FAGURIAN: Well I have to give the Bank two weeks' notice.

MR BALLITO: I see. Well, the next thing I must do is to take up your references.

MISS FAGURIAN: Take up my references?

MR BALLITO: Yes, it's a rule of the firm. What I mean is this: Before we employ somebody, we always ask their present employer for a report on their work.

MISS FAGURIAN: Do all firms do that?

MR BALLITO: Oh, yes, it's normal business practice. Now I see from your application form that Mr Kola is your present employer.

MISS FAGURIAN: Yes, he is.

MR BALLITO: Then I'll ask him to give you a reference. I'll write to you within a day or two.

MISS FAGURIAN: I shall look forward to hearing from you.

MR BALLITO: Well, I think that's all, Miss Fagurian Thank you very much for coming.

MISS FAGURIAN: Thank you Mr Ballito. Goodbye.

MR BALLITO: Oh, goodbye, Miss Fagurian.

新工作基本到手了,让我们为 Miss Fagurian 庆祝一下吧。

(来源:梁瑞英语 英语点津 Annabel 编辑)

 
 

 

 

 
 
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