You have 10 customers waiting to be served, an accident prone customer has just knocked over a sale trolley near the front of the store, and you have a delivery man with boxes of stock waiting for you out back. How do you prioritise these tasks?
Customers come first unless the mess out front is a safety hazard, in which case cleaning the mess is top priority so no one gets hurt. Ask if the delivery man can bring in a few boxes whilst you serve as many customers as you can.
Typo is a brand that really seems to value their employees and I believe this would be a great environment to work in. Furthermore, it would be great opportunity to meet some new people, gain some good experience and build upon some skills and gain some new ones.
I said that I walked into a store a few weeks beforehand and was like "why don't I work here!?" I explained that I'd worked all sorts of jobs before but I was looking for something that is creative and expressive and fun and suits my personality.
1: You're alone at the store and your manager is on his lunch break. There's a long line of customers, a delivery driver has come in with stock and someone has knocked over something. How would you approach this situation ?
- Customers would come first unless there's a safety hazard caused by something been knocked over - Delivery driver could assist with cleaning up - *Creative bit of the answer* Customers can get a small discount if they help with the cleaning up
Situation: You are alone at a store, your manager is on lunch break, there is a lone line of customers, a delivery truck has arrived with stock and someone has knocked something over. How would you prioritize these tasks?