I said to be an active listener and try to understand what the whole situation was about and try to work it out with the co-worker.
From what i gather it seems you have trouble interviewing . You can't go into an interview feeling nervous, you have to take control and show confidence. Costco is a face paced environment and the company itself looks for individuals that can't express the qualities necessary to get the job done.
I had a worker in another dept that occasionally was required to assist me in helping customer and he resented being taken from his primary tasks. I began assisting him with his tasks when I had a free moment and showed him how we could be more effective working as a team even though we were in different departments.
I worked with a person who also left his station to go talk with his friends. I was, for most of the day, by myself in my section. I told him I would tell the manager to switch him out my section .
tell me about your duties as asst.front end manager in the firsh interview. Second interview, "let's talk about money because this is usually a determining point- what kind of hourly wage are you expecting?"
i explained how i was involed with training, scheduling, interviewing and developing the front end along with other responsiblities. Second interview, I expressed the hourly wage I was hoping for, and was told it wasn't close to the starting hourly salary. "Not even close" I was never told the starting salary and I had to respectfully decline the position. I thought Fresh Market was bringing a "higher caliber store" which would attract a "higher caliber customer" but unfortunately they follow the "we pay what the market allows" which is very disappointing. Alot of companies want to have a great culture but don't want to "care" about employees. I am here to tell you. Companies that care for their employees FIRST are the companies that have loyal employees and the business does well. Very disappointed with Fresh Market. Strongly considering NOT shopping there. Sad sad sad