Distribution center manager Interview Questions
33Distribution Center Manager interview questions shared by candidates
From the math test staffing situation: If one person leaves this position early because he gets sick, how would you reassign the remaining employees in order to ship out the correct number of product for the day?1 Answers
This was the question I stalled the interviewers on initially because I had manipulated the initial numbers in the math question to give me a buffer of employees in two areas so this wouldn't be an issue. Apparently no one else thought about people calling in sick or not showing up to work, so I think I impressed at least one interviewer by thinking ahead in this situation. Less
Would you be willing to manage a 24 hour operation?1 Answers
Yes, as long as it was split up between different managers.
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2 sets of 4 Conflict Resolution Based Question. Name a time when.... Disappointing that this was all that the interview entailed as it does not allow them to gain insight to your experience and how you can help their business.1 Answers
Use the STAR method
Describe a situation where you had to resolve a difficult situation. What techniques did you use, and what were the results?1 Answers
As a Team Lead, I’m always faced with difficult situations daily. For example, I’m in charge of training agents. When agents do not apply the techniques I teach, I always approach the agent to find out what is happening and how to find a solution to the problem. Less
Just general background questions about your resume and if you could perform the job functions the position required. They asked why are you looking to leave your current job?1 Answers
I messed up and explained I was looking to leave the company I am currently with for several reasons which would benefit me. Companies want to hear how you are going to be a benefit to them, not how the company is going to benefit you. I have not interviewed in over 13 years, so you have to get familiar with what companies are looking for in answers to specific questions. Bottom line, stress how the company can benefit from hiring you and you can't go wrong. Less