Jessica Norton
about 1 month ago
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Answer to Cashier Job questions

Actions speak louder than words sometimes. First things first: Dress like you would as if you were going to a holiday gathering. No suit and tie necessary, just a nice, unripped unstained shirt (T-shirt is fine, shirt with a collar and 3 buttons, even better, in my opinion! ). Nice, unripped, unstained jeans are fine. Clean sneakers are fine, since that's what you'll most iikely be wearing while at work! Be 5-10 minutes early. This will show your accountibility. Write a list of questions you might want to ask, because your interviewer WILL ask you if you have any questions, and having a list ready will help "jog your memory". Taking notes (ie: work policies, procedures, etc) Is also very helpful. Concentrate on the questions being asked, so the interviewer, sees that that you pay attention when people speak, and to detail (is: making sure you only scan each item once!). Lastly, be friendly and respectful! Good luck!!

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Elyssa Duncan

@Jessica Norton - Thanks for sharing this amazing advice with us! We’d love to hear more from you in the community. When posting, be sure to use relevant hashtags like #advice #motivation or #JobcaseTips so that your content can get more exposure. In the meantime, I’ve sent you a connection request. (Connections help bring members together in a more personal way to help customize the Jobcase community feed and build networking opportunities) I look forward to chatting in the future! Take care.

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