Will Walmart ask me, "Describe a time you provided great costumer service" after I told them that this would be my first job ever, except school? Or will they skip over that question? Or will they ask a different question? Would the best thing to do is to just tell them about community service/volunteer work? #walmart #interview #advice #wordsofadvice
Sell yourself! Use it as an opportunity to tell the story of how you helped a neighbor or family member. An application, a resume, an interview is more than just the words on paper. The positivity, ability to quickly interpret and respond quickly and confidently. These attributes will shine above the text used to communicate. An interview is a test. An interviewer will evaluate your ability to mimic what he already knows. He will challenge you to see how you adjust and stay positive. The process is very competitive. It’s a win or loose
I don't think Walmart doesn't look for experience. I would honestly tell them it was community service/volunteer work. Also, it still counts as an experience
Any type of customer service experience counts, volunteer, school, family, ect. Use whatever you have.
I would provide a specific situation where you went above and beyond what was expected; the more Customer Service related the better,
You don't even talk to anybody it's a computer to ask you a whole bunch of questions
In lieu of giving an example of what you've done, you could be given a specific scenario and asked how you would handle it.
Community service/volunteer work is still work. I'm not too sure about mentioning the community service, tho, they might wonder why you were required to do it. Basically, just come up with an example that fits, whether in a job or in school.
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