I talked about recurring scheduling issues, and how I'd solved them by establish regular meetings with all those involved where I would state the schedule clearly, and then followup with regular emails.
I recently had a customer who needed something returned. She didn't provide adequate information about the items being returned and I was unable to help her until it was too late and the issue was escalated to the Vice President of my company. I got really upset and my manager told me that I should have gotten someone else involved sooner to avoid the issue.
I discussed the convenience of having one in a fast-paced shopping environment--being able to make returns without needing a receipt, having discounts applied to purchases without needing a coupon, etc.
Has there ever been a time where you witnessed a fellow employee find money on the ground and kept it for themselves rather than turning it in to lost and found or human resource? If so, please explain how you would approach the employee and ask them about the money.
I stated an example of to many absences. Communicate with the employee and find out what's going on and if different days or hours would help correct their attendance problem before just simply recommending to management to think about terminating employment.