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Question 1 of 33
If you found a twenty dollar bill in the parking lot, what would you do?
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You would turn the money in at the member service desk or to a store manager! The interviewer needs to hear that you are honest and ethical. In this situation, the best thing to do is to turn the money in, and it is what the interviewer expects to hear from you. Be sure to mention that the person who dropped the money may desperately need that $20 today, and turning it in will give them a better chance of finding the money.
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User-Submitted Answers
1.
Return to a manager, a customer might go to costumer service looking for it.
2.
What can you bring to the table working in home depot.
3.
I see myself with two years of experience with the Home Depot and an exciting career ahead of me.
4.
If I was a manager, I would attempt to determine the root of the problem and help the employees solve it by working together. As a fellow employee, I would likely take the same tactic, but if their differences are affecting my ability to work, I would refer them to a manager.
5.
I work well with others because I believe that multiple viewpoints lead to a better solution.
6.
I am a hardworking and enthusiastic person who will make a difference by performing my duties accurately, making the customers experience better.
7.
I have a lot of experience with customers and have successfully handled many complaints and turned them into opportunities.
8.
A manager that was demoted had to work for me.He was bitter.He did not want to follow direction.It became difficult to work together.I had clear communication with dm with improvements.
9.
Customer was unhappy of price negotiation.I tried to explain price did not want to hear it.He became angry started yelling.I sat and listened,I empathized with customer.I got him to like me, we took business.
10.
I see them through to the end.I make sure customer is happy.
11.
Know appliances well.I can learn the other stuff.
12.
Work on what is most urgent first.
13.
Experience at home or work.Small projects.
14.
I have never been out of work.
15.
15 years of experience.
16.
Challenge of working with different people.
17.
I will Add to the company and it, s excellent reputation by my great work ethics and my positive attitude.
18.
By passing on my knowlege and my skills, pertaining to the construction industry. Working with apprentices and those who have not been in the business to long.
19.
Absolutely. I have been shopping at Home Depot for a very long time.
20.
Fairly well. Because I, ve been a good customer to Home Depot, for such a long time and because I deal with the construction industry,I have a pretty good idea about your different departments and what they have to offer.
21.
Possitive attitude, my patience, and my determination to make sure the job is done to everyones satisfaction.
22.
To finish a job or construction project, as a suporvisor or a leader, its very important that you keep your workers and schedules flowing the way they should to complete job on time. Every job I, ve had as a construction suporvisor, I had to lead, and to organize shedules. All my jobs have been completed to our clients complete satisfaction and always on time.
23.
I would love to be working fo Home Depot. Working with a dedicated team and supplying great customer service would be fantastic. I enjoy being around people and I am very impressed with the company.
24.
There has been a few times when I got behind schedule due to inclement weather, or materials not being on the job site on time. I prioritized by finishing from the most importent jobs to the least important. Working longer hours to make sure job got done on time.
25.
As a superviser in the consruction feild, I had to be a leader in every project we took on. I had to organize different subcontractors, work schedules, safty meetings, everything needed to complete job on time and to the clients satisfaction.
26.
Your attitude should be the customer is always right. I worked a little as a teenager, in retail. I enjoyed working with people. It gave me great satisfaction serving the customer.
27.
Every project you do, in the commercial construction business, requires team work to be a success. The job could not be completed without the help of the rest of yuour team. Working together as a team is very important in the construction profession and I can certainly see how important it is in the retail world.
28.
I, ve been steady customer of Home Depot for many years. I know, just about all your different departments and what they have to offer.
29.
Being part of a team effort would be no problem for me. I know the importance of team work. Everyone needs to work together to make the business a success.
30.
By being a hard working employee, with a possitive happy attitude. My work ethics and my attitude would be a very positive thing benefiting both customers and other employees.
31.
Return it to lost and found.
32.
My working in the retail is somewhat limited. I did work for my Father, as a teenager.He was the manager of a clothing store. I know how I like to be treated as a customer therefore I think I would be great as a clerk. My Dad allways emphasized how important the customer is.
33.
My extensive knowlege of the consructive industry would be a benefit to your company. I would be able to relate with the professional builder to the home handyman.
34.
Being a Home Depot customer for many years, I think I, m very familiar with just about all of your different departments and what they have to offer.
35.
There are no reasons, not to hire me.I would fit into your company very well. My knowlege in the construction feild would be a huge positive/.
36.
Take money to customer service desk.
37.
I`ll give it to information part or customer service where people ask for lost stuff.
38.
Give it to customer service because a customer may have lost it.
39.
I would pick up the money and take it in the store and hand it to a manager and tell him or her that I found this outside on the street and let them deal with the money.
40.
I would return it to my manager because it could be for a customer.
41.
Return it to the store. If a customer lost it, they could retrieve it.
42.
I would turn it in to the manager in case a customer called looking for a twenty dollar bill.
43.
I would return it to customer service so that the owner could come back and claim what is rightfully theirs.
44.
I will take it back to the manager a customer probably lost it and will come back to ask for it.
45.
Bring it back into customer service. Leave it in an envelope with the day it was found, you never know who may have lost it.
46.
Turn it I to my manager so hopefully the person that lost it would return for it.
47.
Go and speak with the manager, just in case the customer realizes he lost the money and returns.
48.
I would give it to the customer service desk to hold and deal with according to company policy.
49.
I would give it to the customer service desk to hold and deal with according to company policy.
50.
I would take it to the customer service desk and put it in a safe place. I would tell my department manager and fellow associates that if someone asks about it to call me and return it.
51.
I would give it to customer service desk to hold and deal with it according to company policy.
52.
I would bring it to customer service, someone probably lost it and would be more than happy to get it back.
53.
Send it to bookkeeping so if and when the customer came in for it we could give it back.
54.
I would hand it to an ASM so they could put it in the safe.
55.
Turn the money into customer service. Tell them where the money was found and they should take that money to the vault with a tagged description.
56.
Bring it inside and give it to special services to decide what the exact protocol will be.
57.
Drop it to customer service desk and follow company procedures.
58.
Bring in the to a member or management or customer service and turn it in to lost and found.
59.
I would bring it to the service desk. Let them know where I had found it so they can send it to the vault.
60.
I would hand it to the customer service or a manager.
61.
I will give back to manager or Loss prevention and discribe the location in the parking lot and let them deal with company policy.
62.
I would definitely take it to my supervisor and hope that someone will claim.
63.
I would take it to the service desk and let them deal with it.
64.
If I found a twenty dollar bill in the parking lot while working I would turn it in.
65.
I would take it to the returns desk and tell them where I found it.
66.
I would take it to the returns desk and tell them where I found it.
67.
Bring it into the store to see if someone lost it.
68.
I will turn the money in at customer service desk.
69.
I would pick up the money and take it in to the store and hand it to the manager and tell him or her that I found this outside on the street and let them deal with the money.
70.
I would keep it. If I seen someone drop the money then I would grab it and hand it back to them because I know it was theirs.
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I would turn it in to lost and found, service desk. The person who lost it may realize and come back to check. I would not feel right keeping it and would prefer, if the person does not come back to check, that it be dealt with according to store policy and procedure.
72.
Depends on what the situation is. Did I see someone drop it? I think anyone would pick it up.
73.
Go to the customer service desk and leave my name & phone number in case the individual should report they have lost $20.
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I would give it to my manager so he can do what is necessary.
75.
Give it to the manager and explain how I came buy it.
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I would go back in the store and report it to the manager on and let them deal with it.
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I would go back into the store and save it and ask the clients if they have lost twenty dollar.
78.
Turn it in to the customer service desk.
79.
Bring it to the lost and found department.
80.
I would return it to the boss.
81.
I would first look around to see if someone just walked that way or is looking for it. If I cannot find the person I would bring it inside to my manager.
82.
Givent to custumer service.
83.
I would find turn it into the cash office noting it to go to a supported charity.
84.
Turn it into the lost and found at customer service.
85.
Go and turn it in to Customer Service. Tell them that someone must have lost it in the parking lot.
86.
Look around to see if someone dropped it. If no one is around probably would keep it. If I heard that someone lost it, I would return it.
87.
I would approach any one in the parking lot and inquire if it belonged to them. If no one claims it, I would keep it.
88.
Turn it to the manager to see if they can figure out who it belong to.
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First I will check if someone is looking for it if not I will take the 20 dollars to the lost and found.
90.
Put it in an envelope, write the date and location where I found it, and turn it in to customer service.
91.
Look around to see if anyone was close by, them call out to catch their attention and give the money back.
92.
I would see if there was anyone around the twenty dollar bill and ask them if they lost any money out of their pockets. If no one is around it, I would turn it in to the manager and let them know that a customer lost a twenty dollar bill in the parking lot.
93.
Take it to a manager letting them know you believe a customer may have drop it on their way out so when the customer returns they can pick it up.
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Ill ask if anyone reported losing the money first if not keep it.
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I would give it to a manager and and let them know if there was someone I suspected it belong to.
96.
I would turn into a manager and let the manager know if I had suspected it belong to somebody.
97.
Take it in to Lost & Found in case a customer comes back looking for it.
98.
I would give it to a manager and let them know if I suspected it belong to somebody in particular.
99.
I such a situation occur I would take the bill to the service desk and tell them the whole scenario or most importantly I would leave it there with an intention that the person who dropped it there may come back to look for it.
100.
Go to customer service desk to see if any customer has reported losing their wallet or purse. Leave the money with the supervisor in case there are inquiries.
101.
I will surrender it to the office because I know that they can find a ways to know the person who lost the money.
102.
I would hang on to it for the duration of the shift and turn it in to management.
103.
Take it inside and give it to customer service desk than ask them to write it up incase anyone comes in asking if $20 was found.
104.
I would pick it up and try to look for the owner.
105.
I would look around to see if anyone could have dropped it. If there was anyone around I would ask them if they had dropped it. If no one was around turn it into the lost and found.
106.
I would take it to management so it could be returned to its rightful owner.
107.
I would turn the 20 dollar bill into customer service or lost prevention.
108.
If I saw who dropped it I would give it back to them if it's just laying there and no ones around I would ask my manager in what to do with that situation.
109.
Bring it into to Service desk or a maranger/ supervisor.
110.
I would return it to the list& found and wait to see if anyone comes back to claim it.
111.
Look for near by customers who may have dropped it.
112.
I would call my manager, give him/her the bill, and explain the details so that the manager could take the required steps for lost and found.
113.
I would look around to see if anyone could have possibly dropped it and if no one is there then I would keep it.
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I would turn it in to customer service so when the customer comes and asks if someone found the twenty dollar bill they could claim it back.
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