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Jackson Hewitt
Seasonal Tax Preparer was asked...November 17, 2020

Are you familiar with Jackson Hewitt Tax Service software?

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I don't know

I am not familiar

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Lowe's Home Improvement

What is one main character trait required for good customer service?

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I do agree with that

Patience, so you can listen to what the customer has to say even when they're not in a great mood, and stay calm and polite to find a solution that pleases them. Less

Did you get hired and if so how long did they call after the interview

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Sunwing Airlines

We meet on an elevator, and you have until we reach the 10th floor to convince me that your right for the job. Go!

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I'm a 'meat and potatoes' kind of guy. I work hard, help make others around me better, and believe that no job is too small in the grand scheme of things. My ego is checked at the door, and if I don't know something, I research whatever the problem is and take notes of the solutions so I can share with my colleagues. All-in-all, I'm the guy that comes to work, does his job, is there for others, and learns by doing. Less

Tell me the biggest challenge you feel Sunwing is facing and I'll tell you how I can contribute to the solution.On the generic side of the equation, I inspire people to be and produce their best results, even when they feel their environment is under extreme stress. I encourage people to see the potential results, to strive through the tough parts and realize the impossible is really just for those that aren't able to commit to the team's objectives. Less

I will start jumping in elevator. Most people afraid it. And if you still think that I am not good for your work, I will press "stop" button near 7th/8th floor and will not stop jumping. Let's play by my rules. Wohahahaha Less

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JoS. A. Bank

Can you work as a Manager? Are you looking to run the store's operations?

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I am very interested in the position and would love to be a part of your team and I will be in the area on the job Less

Thanks so much for all your help and support you and your family from your family from our meeting on the Promise to be able to make sure they're good for the most part of my favorite part of the rest of the time for us to get together for me to bring it to the new year with a bang Less

Thanks so much for your time and effort in this World Changer

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There were several questions asked. The key thing to look up is the core values of Sephora, brush up on your makeup knowledge, but most importantly, brush up on your customer service answers to really wow the interviewer. -Why do you want to work for Sephora? -Do you know who our parent company is? -Do you have any previous retail experience of at least one year? -How do you deal with a client complaint? -Are you passionate about client service? How so?

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- Enter personal reason - get creative! Everyone and their mother says "Because I love makeup" If you make it about your passion to learn and be "innovative" as well as provide excellent client service, you'll get an A+ -Louis Vuitton Monet Hennessy -They require at least one years experience at a single job. If you haven't stayed at a single job for more than a year, don't bother applying until you do. Trust me on this I did all of the pre-screening, they didn't even want to know anything else until this was verified. -By making sure that everything that will make the client happy is offered to them, be it samples, a return, excellent client service. Your ONLY priority is a happy client, make sure they understand this about you. -Passion, innovation, excellent client service are all words that you will want to use when answering this question. Make sure you explain that the client is your utmost priority and that your priority is to make them happy, to ensure they LOVE (use that word exactly) Sephora, and that they feel beautiful. Less

^^^ it's not about what Sephora can do for you Hun, it's what YOU can do for sephora. Less


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American Eagle Outfitters

"See this jacket right here? Sell me it."

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this jacket is one of our new and limited edition jackets. I've heard a lot of good things about it, it matches almost everything and I actually have one of my own. better get it while it lasts! Less

Just be honest and REAL. If a manager thinks you sound super fake when selling something, he/she's not going to hire you. Less


Can you start working as soon as possible? Can you lift the recommended weight?

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Yea and yes




She actually asked me this particular question twice but phrased it differently the second time. First time: Let's say that one of your assignments with a client lasted much longer than you thought it would and you only have like two hours left and you still have to go meet with three more clients. You still have to finish the meeting with the current client, what do you do? Second time: Let me rephrase that earlier question, let's say that you underestimated the time it would take to do an assignment and there is two hours left and that you still have three more assignments that need to be completed on that day. You see me enter the room to check to see how everyone is doing. What do you do?

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I am in a similar situation with Towers Watson. I interviewed 3 weeks ago for a different position and was told i would have an answer by the end of the month. Have you reached out to HR asking for a status? Less

I emailed the supervisor who interviewed me since she gave me her card and is the one who is actually in charge of the hiring. I wouldn't go through HR since they are not usually the ones who decided who gets accepted Less

My answer to the second question was apparently the answer she was looking for. I said that I'm not afraid to ask for help when I need to, since I would have no way of knowing how long those three assignments would take I would explain to her that I am running behind and that I need help in finishing those assignments. I also tied it with a previous experience where I met with a similar situation and did the same thing. Less


Let's pretend you own your own store: If a client dropped a $100 bottle of perfume in the parking lot, returned to the store upset and late for a birthday that the perfume was a gift for, how would you handle it?

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Sephora's policy is to always accommodate the client. I would definitely state that you would accommodate to their needs and replace the fragrance if needed. If you are unsure, you would talk to your manager. Less

I would wanna do that but then I feel as if it would take away from the company, every company is different. My main focus would be to handle it as kindly and precessional as possible. Less

I would damage out the product and replace it. $100 is a small amount to lose when they will advertise to their friends how amazing our customer service is. Less

Spencer Gifts

What would you do if you saw your coworker steal something from the store?

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I would tell the manager immediately.

Please I need this job

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