I had my interview today and it was fairly straight forward. I handed each of the people a copy of my resume and they went through each of my previous jobs to get an idea of what it is I did at each one. They weren't looking for specifics but more of an idea of my level of customer interaction. After that I was asked what hours I was available to work, if I was okay learning how to use a P.O.S. machine and lottery machine, the process of how to ask for Optimum cards and then if I was okay lifting things. It's less of an interview and more of a last check to see if you'll be a right fit and then letting you know more specifics of what you'll be doing.
Regular interview questions. Nothing hard
My experience and rate of pay required.
Being polite to customers, they are always right.
When can you start
What does it make you believe you would be the best fit for this company/ work position?
Do you have any health issues we should be aware of that would make this work position hard to handle?
are you planning to take any vacation?
Do you have any appointments that would require you to need time off?
Tell me about yourself?
Why you want to work here?
What days you are available?
Are you okay with minimum wage?
Many but why do I want to work at shoppers. My answer I love shoppers. It was always a great place to work.
Do you have customer service skills?
Regular interview questions, for the most part.
They prefer to have you to have experience, yet willing to train. They would like you to have excellent interpersonal skills to help with assisting customers.
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