Magazines, TV shows about fashion, the internet, people watching
rachel zoe, olsen sisters, zoe kravitz
I tend to look for inspiration anywhere . I'm always looking at people's outfits, I look at what works best for them and try to imagine a piece worn in different ways. I'm a huge fan of Tumblr and the fashion world in there
I do external research so that I know what I am selling my customers and can have confidence knowing that I am correct in my information.
I do research online and find out what the product does, how it works, and I even purchase it to find out what to do to get the most out of the product, so that when a customer asks a question about it I will know exactly what to say.
You let it go!! You cannot make an apprehension on the word of anybody else!
I would “kill the customer with kindness:” Give the customer my full attention and bog them down with customer service questions and repeatedly ask if there is anything I can do to help them. This often makes the thief nervous and can dissuade them from stealing. If it turns out the customer didn’t steal anything and the associate was wrong, this technique won’t have caused any harm to the customer or negatively influenced their experience.
The first piece of information a good technical writer needs, when presented with a new documentation task, is who the audience will be for this document. It's helpful to get as much detailed data about the audience as possible, preferably before even beginning the task of writing. The better you know your audience, or customers, the better you can serve them. The more you understand them, and their needs, the better you can dazzle them.
I worked in a medical store and assigned a task to supply a wholesaler with large quantity of antibiotics capsule, we worked as a team to finish the task on time (all of the employee from manager to laborer) , the task was delivered on the required time, customer was happy and all of us felt a sense of satisfaction.
I worked on Black Friday working at forever 21. It's was 4 of us in the men section. I assigned everyone a task & for the most part we were working efficiently, but one co-worker had enough, and quit on us. Witt the 3 of us picking up the slack another co-worker quit. And then there were 2. We tried the best we can and stuck it out to the end as a team, but job wouldn't have been nearly as clean if we didn't lose 2 people.
I provided an example of a time when a customer was very frustrated that there was a hole in the shirt she had bought. I was able to speak calmly with her and offer her a full refund, which seemed to diffuse the situation.
Thank you for your positive feedback about the company and our interview process. While I know our interview process has some rigor, this approach ensures that our candidates are a good fit for the role as well as the culture. As you mentioned, the CEO cares deeply about the company and the team members. It is important that we do everything we can to ensure the candidate has a successful future and career with Smith & Noble.
One strategy for recruiting strong candidates is to leverage the current employees' networks. If you already hired a competent employee, it's likely he or she knows other competent people, which saves time during candidate searches. Therefore, set up an employee referral system that rewards employees for recommending good candidates.