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What type of questions ask in the interview?

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Related with the customer services like that how to best services provide to the customer and how to satisfied with the customer reply them

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About your qualification and experince or about situation how u handle that

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A typical interview process is done by speed. We have a group of people sitting in lines, each manager has a question, they ask the applicant a question, then move on to the next person. Usually a group of 5 to 10 people. One question is. You are stocking merchandise and a customer asks you where a particular item is. You know it is 3 isles down but you are busy. What would you do?

Réponse du - Assistant Store Manager (Current Employee) - Leamington, ON

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Customer service related questions.

Réponse du - Cashier (Former Employee) - Cranbrook, BC

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Repetitive questions from the online applications

Réponse du - Instock Associate (Former Employee) - Edmonton, AB

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How do you manged stress?

Réponse du - Pharmacy Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Wetaskiwin, AB

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Was the room for advancement ,any benefits
and when can I start

Réponse du - managed produce dept at walmart camrose (Former Employee) - Camrose, AB

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I remember them asking a question along the lines of, "If there are long lines and a there is a spill, what do you do?" (Not exactly the wording, but you probably get it.)

I answered that I would ask the customer to wait a moment as I would grab a yellow cone to warn of a spill, then I would call the store standards. After helping the customers if the spill hadn't been cleaned up, I said that if it wasn't overly busy I would clean it up myself. Because as a new trainee I wouldn't have as much experience with a long line and could trust the other, more experienced employee, to be able to cover for the five minutes that it would take to clean it up.

Réponse du - CUSTOMER SERVICE (Former Employee) - Thunder Bay, ON

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How you would handle situations

Réponse du - Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) - Victoria, BC

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What can you bring to the company / why should they hire you ?

Réponse du - "Maintenance Associate" (Former Employee) - St. Catharines, ON

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