What did the critical thinking test consist of and how difficult was it? because I got emailed the link to test the AVN test or critical thinking questionaire and i really do not want to fail. I thank you dearly.
I took the Watson-Glaser test, I don't know what the AVN test consists of. The Watson-Glaser was like a multiple choice-type test where 1 or more of the answers could be correct but I had to choose the best one. I found some of them to be difficult because it was hard for me to decide which to choose, but other people may find it fairly easy. I don't know what my results were, but I passed!
The most difficult question or unexpected if you didn't do any research on this company to find the answer is; "WHO DO YOU THINK ARE OUR BIGGEST COMPETITORS". Some might think it's a trick question, but it definitely isn't. They are serious.
I todl them that I read Cosmo, Vogue and other beauty related magazines to get in touch with what was trendy.
I research what the trends are by going on youtube.com which is a internet sites that hold thousands of beauty videos and you can get a lot of good information on what's trending in makeup by just watching a few videos so I'm always up to date and know what's trending.
I told them that I read Cosmo, Vogue and other beauty related magazines to get in touch with what was trendy.
How I would answer that one is like this: As a sales associate, my primary job is to focus on good customer service. If I were to suspect any theft going on, I would promptly report it to the resident security officer. It is his/her job to worry about any theft issues.
Customer service is more important because good customer service will keeps away those who want to steal. It will show the potential thefts that you could pop up anywhere, they would want to be somewhere where no one is paying attention.
Yes, a fellow associate at a previous store I worked at tried to let her mother use her associate discount and I wouldn't let her. I told her it was considered shrink and that it was inappropriate considering she knew the policy. She responded that other employees have let her mother use her discount and I responded saying her that I wasn't going to do it for her.
When you're interviewing for an upper store management position you really don't expect that to be questioned. However, they have to because American Eagle does things the old school way when it comes to tracking numbers, and managing business.
I feel very strong about my ability to do the job that I'm given. I'm a team player who also knows how to give direction and can make the difficult decisions when it comes time to do so. Whatever that may range from. If it's necessary, it gets done.
Well, what type of animal you'd be says a lot about your personality. Also, you're applying to work at a children's store. I interact more with children at work than with the parents, at times. Clearly if you can't answer an animal question, you aren't going to be good interacting with the kiddos.
if there was no proof of purchase (tickets, receipt) and they had an account, you would try to look up the transaction in the system. If you found it, you could refund them. Do not embarrass them about the fact that it was used. If they are not happy, Macys will refund them.
does that mean I can return a half-bottle of used perfume I bought for my girlfriend?