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Top 25 Lowes Interview Questions
1. How do you think you can work in a team environment here at Lowe's?
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Explain to me how you would perform a tile remodeling job, from start to end, as if I were a customer.
 
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Measure area to be tiled, determine tile and accents to be used for project, secure all tools need to perform job. Prepare your surface to be tiled, read instructions for mortor or mastic being used, apply adhesive with correct trowel, apply tile, check level as you go, secure bond with gently tapping tile, use spacers to establish the correct space between tiles,wipe off exxcessive adhesive from tile. Allow set tiles to sit for 24 hrs. Remove spacers, clean spaces where grout is to be applied, apply grout per instructions on container, allow to sit wor 48hrs apply sealant per instructions.
 
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First I would consider my options. What color, size and style tiles do I want? I would then consider the costs, and what I can afford. Then I would go shopping and purchase the proper materials. Once I know I have what I need, I will begin the process of removing my current floor, cleaning the area, and applying any pre-install materials I may need. Once that is done, I would begin the process of installing the tile. I would lay down the glue, then the first tile, apply the grout, then repeat the process for each tile, cutting it as necessary.
 
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Thats a good question. I am not sure I have the knowledge to answer it at this point.
 
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Lets me help you by getting an associate with better training.
 
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Measure the area to be tiled. This determines square footage as well as limitations on the tile design layout. If you have an very narrow space a complex mosaic tile with a border will not work. Select a design concept. Mosaic, running, bond, subway, chevron. I woul show specific examples if the customer was unsure. I would recommend considering the size of the tiles and grout lines. Will this be a heavily traffic areas or simply decorative. What purpose will the tile area serve? Select color and type and how it will coordinate with other surfaces in the room. Select grout color and type. Will it be sanded, for a low traffic area or I sanded for a high traffic area. Select your matic nd tools Lay out the center point of the tile area on the surface pencil or chalk. Snap two intersecting lungs over the center point. This is your starting point. Work in one direction being sure to apply matic according to the manufacturers instructions. Continue to lay out the tile from the bottom to the. Top working.
 
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Tell me about a time when you had to work with someone you didn't get along with?
 
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I had to work with someone who made it their goal everyday to find conflict with someone. I found the best method to deal with it was not to engage in the behavior with them, but rather to focus on what I needed to do to do my job each day... I. E. Check on customer orders, follow up on quotes, helping customers in the store to create new sales, keep the department in good order.
 
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I had to work with a coworker who seemed to like to make conflict with everyone. I tried not to take it personally as I could see she treated everyone that way. I just kept everything in a professional matter, and took the personal out of it. I would just try to focus on the things I had to worry about every day, such as checking on customer orders, making sales, keeping the department in great shape, etc.
 
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Soml enjoy conflict, enjoy drams. I focus. On my work, keeping the area stocked and orderly, following up on quotes, finalizing designs, and contacting customers to schedule next steps towards appointments.
 
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Work comes first, I am a proffessional and don't let personal relations effect my work.
 
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i did the best of my abilty to work with them and try my best to get the job done
 
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Have you ever worked on a house before? What was your project?
 
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I have had many home projects. The most recent one was putting in Pergo laminate flooring.
 
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The time I can recall working on a house is when I moved in the the home im in now. Wasnt much work to be done but we had to do a little painting and cleaning. Wasnt nothing major.
 
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I worked construction, drywall, framing, roofing, rough plumbing. I buildt my own house subing out and running the job.
 
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no
 
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Yes we had to remodel our kitchen from the floor up so to start I had to design how to redo all the cabinets and the arrangment of appliances.Once the project started my task was project and money managment.
 
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Do you prefer working in a team environment or alone?
 
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I find that I work well in both team environment and alone. I tend to be a leader in a team environment, showing everyone what their role is in contributing to the common goal of the group. I also like taking the responsibility of taking on a project on my own.
 
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I like both. I enjoy working as a team to make sure an experience is maximized, but I am also capable of making a lot of decisions and accomplishing task on my own, if necessary.
 
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I am a team player with that being said I am confident in my ability to work by myself also, so I really dont have a preference I would be comfortable working where ever I was needed.
 
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team
 
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I enjoy both. With a team there are many different minds at work and that means many different views to solutions. While as alone I can contemplate many ways to do something and manage on my own to complete the task.
 
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Tell me about a time when you went above and beyond for customer service?
 
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I stayed late locating a Lowes store that had the product in stock that the customer wanted. i followed through to the end ensuring the customer was more than satisfied
 
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i was helping a customer in plumbing with a tub and i asked them what they were looking for so i told them i would do some research and i would get back to them welll i looked some up and i told them the prices and different options they said they would get back to me and shortly later they got back with me and asked me if this one would be good iand they bought it
 
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i try to make that a point everytime I work with a customer I treat hem equally weather they are purchasing something or not
 
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An elderly woman came in the store looking for a solution to a flooding problem in her condo. After talking with her briefly it was discovered she had a broken riser in her sprinkler system and the water came in through the window when the sprinklers came on. I offered to go to her home after work and see what parts she needs so she doesnt spend money she doesnt have. We repaired her sprinkler for her... And the next wekend her kids came into the store and found both my boyfriend and I and persosnally thanked us for taking care of their mother. They also purchased 100 dollars worth of patio accesories for her which was a bonus !
 
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A man came in looking for a spray paint we did not have. I took his name and number told him that I would call him if I can get the product. Called the company that sold it.. Got the info and price called him back and ordered it for him. He was very happy.
 
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What are some of your weaknesses?
 
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When tasked with a project I want the project to be completed with high standards. Unfortunately, time does not always allow for as much time to be given as I would like. Therefore in order to complete a project effectivly and correct, I use time management skills to determine what is most important to the project and what is expected and task myself with those elements.
 
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Filing has always plagued me, I have a system that I know but it is hard for others sometimes to follow my method. Another is tolerance for inappropriate behavior, there is no place for it in a team environment but I believe I have gotten a great deal better in handling those problems as they arrise now.
 
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I jump into things without listening to the complete instructions.
 
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I sometimes try to do too much, which time does not always allow me to, so I have to prioritize to make sure everything is done on time.
 
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My strongest weakness is the way I interpret constructive criticism. I take it very well but sometimes need a better understanding of the issues that arrise.
 
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Have you ever helped someone else achieve their goal or helped to better themselves, if so, how?
 
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Yes, when I as a department manager, I had an employee who wanted to raise his EPP close rate, but was not having any results. I watched how and when he presented it to the customer and found his methods were not so effective as he waited until the end of the sale to mention it. I found that after giving him some suggestions of talking about the EPP throughout the sale and showing the value in it while discussing the product, and him applying these techniques, as well as me recognizing his achievements... His close rate rose over time from less than 10% to over 30%.
 
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I am very good at teaching other people how to setup details, pse leads, how to order or manually order sos product, how to talk and sell to the customer and address the needs of the customer, and with doing so I am able to teach people how to become better at their job to help profits in the store.
 
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A seasonal employee at my current store wanted to become permanent part time. I told him what he needed to do with approaching our store manager and expressing his interest in staying and that he should start applying for positions within our store and possibly others. He ended up getting hired on permanent part time and he was appreciative of my efforts.
 
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Yes, ask probing questions to find out what the person needs. Make sure that they have every product needed to accomplish the goal.
 
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Yes I recently helped a friend get their Emt certification, I would help them study and lend my experiences with them.
 
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How would you deal with an angry customer while you were busy completing tasks?
 
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If I were approached by any customer, angry or not, while completing a task, the customer instantly becomes my focus. You have to make sure the customer knows they are the most important thing you are dealing with at any time. Nothing comes before a customer.
 
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I would stop all other tasks and focus completely on the customer. I would sustain eye contact with the customer and understand why they feel the way they do. I would do whatever I needed to do to make that customer happy.
 
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the task at hand is taking care of that customer , when finished then complete tasks
 
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I would put the task that I was working on to the side at that moment. And makes sure that I was able to answer or guide the customer to a happier solution.
 
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i would tell that customer i apologize for the wait and ill be right with you and if there is antyhing she/he might need
 
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Why do you feel you will be better suited for this job than the rest of the applicants?
 
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I am a customer oriented person. I have demonstrated in past jobs that I will go above and beyond to ensure customer satisfaction. I have the drive and passion for this kind of work that not many others can match.
 
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I continually provide my customers with up to date knowledge on info about products and information on promotions from vendors and Lowes to support the customer with everything they need in the purchase of their prooduct
 
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I have the drive, knowledge and excitement to administer and manage in a fast paced environment.
 
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I currently have 3 years experience in the department im applying for and I have played the role of deparment manager many times. I am considered a fill in for when a department manager is gone, I help with the work load. I am also a team player and help out in anyway I can and I have alot to bring to the table.
 
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I feel that my time in Interior design school gives me knowledge of some of the aspects of this job that other applicants may not have. I have a creative flair and an eye for design, while having the ability to tailor a design to give someone the most bang for their buck while still sticking within the budget.
 
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What is your best personal trait?
 
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My best personal trait is finding a way to relate to people and finds what motivates them.
 
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willigness to help others
 
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My personality, my years of experience has taught me to always be outgoing and polite in all my dealings with customers.
 
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My ablity to connect to a customer. I feel that I am good at building a relationship and that in turn generates more sales.
 
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My willingness to help others and motivate people.
 
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Where do you see yourself in the Lowe's organization in two years?
 
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I hope to see my clientele base built to where I can expect many referrals from past customers.
 
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Learning in all the different departments and hopefully moving up in the company
 
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Learning in all the different departments and hopefully moving up in the company
 
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Learning in all the different departments and hopefully moving up in the company
 
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Continuing to learn as much as possible and making myself more and more of an asset to continue my career.
 
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How do you define good customer service?
 
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Going out of your way to satisfy the customers needs and wants.
 
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Excellent customer service starts with listening to the customer to find out what they need, providing solutions based upon those needs and achieving those solutions.
 
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listening to the customers needs and wants and seeing the project through the completion
 
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well an organization is able to constantly and consistently exceed the needs of the customer."
 
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I beleive to define good customer service you would have to have good communication skills and just build a good relationship with the customers.
 
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What steps do you take to solve a problem?
 
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First I identify how the problem happened, who is involved, etc. I talk to the people involved to hear all sides. Then I find a way to fix the problem, by making a plan, talking with others involved to get their input for a solution, do some brainstorming. Review the options available to resolve, then carrying out the chosen plan by putting it in writing for the team, and checking back to make sure everything has been addressed.
 
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identify, talk it over, impliment, follow through
 
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first i would identify the problem, then i would see who it involves, then if it involves a coworker i would confront him and ask if everything is okay and try to go from there
 
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I I would speak to my manger
 
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Evaluate the situation and think of the best possible way to solve it effectively and efficiently. If I need to take the lead on solving the problem, I will.
 
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How do you expect to make a difference at Lowe's?
 
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Just by providing the best customer service and teaching others to do the same. Selling products as well as tecahing other to be the best sellers and tecahing the how sell add ons.
 
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Iam very motivated and my fellow coworkers get along with me great so I feel I can motivate them and make changes that should benefit the store.
 
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I am the type of person that likes to learn everything I can and then some about my job. Allowing me to be able to not only give 100% but more then that in everything I do. I am the type of person that is always interested in helping out where ever I can and being able to be crossed trained.
 
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I will give 100 percent great customer service, as well as help my coworkers with there goals and learning.
 
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I expect to be a role model for my coworkers as I never settle for mediocrity. I am always in a mode of seeking sales making opportunities.
 
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What do you know about working in retail?
 
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I know the customer is everything and if you dont keep them happy and coming back then you will fail.
 
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Alot of product knowledge and customer focus.
 
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It can be pretty simple. Help the customers, keep the shopping space clean and full. Be kind and helpful.
 
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I know customer service is not only key it is essential. Customers come first, tasking second.
 
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A lot I have been doing this type of work for years and in order to stay in this type of business you need to be a people person and willing to go the extra mile for that customer.
 
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Why do you want to work at Lowes?
 
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I like the working environment of being around many people and helping customers with their projects.
 
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I admire the company and feel that my skills would be a good fit for the position.
 
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I feel im a people person and enjoy helping people make the right decesions in there purchase.
 
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I love the customer servce, I love the people, I love that I am not sitting in an office all day that I am out and about, home improvement is exciting, I like to keep up and hear what customers are doing and what thier ideas and dreams are. Lowes allows me to to enjoy this asc]pect of life.
 
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To gain experience.
 
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Tell me about your experience in working in retail?
 
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I have worked in retail for over 10 years. My position has always been as a salesperson, helping customers complete projects. I am very comfortable helping people outside my own area of expertise, as the entire store is a sales floor and you can help a customer in any department.
 
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Hands on experience handling sales floor, customer service and operations.
 
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I have to work at the register and make sure that all customer are acknowledged as they approach the register and advise them that I will be with them as soon as I complete the current transaction I attempt to ask the customer if they just have a question and try to provide information while competing the current transaction.
 
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Ive worked in retail for 8 years. Being an cashier and working on sales floor assisting customers, working in restaurants. Ive had excelent customer service have never gotten any complaints. Always friendly and to the point.
 
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Overall most people enjoy the shopping experience, the excitement of buying a new pair of shoes or a power tool. I like to play a part in seeing their ideas come to life be it painting a room, tiling the bathroom or building a play set. It has been very rewarding helping customers.
 
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Describe a time when you disliked company rules in your last job?
 
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I did not like the return policy because I n some situations I knew merchandice were stolen. I discussed the situation with manager and She taught me to be more confortable with the policy.
 
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When I worked at Wal-Mart I did not like how their rules allowed them to work people over their 40 hours while not giving them overtime but just factoring the hours in on their next pay period. It felt like they were forcing us to work for free.
 
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I follow the rule because they are there for a reason. Breaking rules could cause some to get hurt.
 
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Company rules are set so that everyone is on the same page, some we may not like, but you learn to live with them and offset the dislike. In the long run, you have the job by this point, and knew the rules before starting.
 
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The company rules are in place for a reason and my opinion of those rules is not important. It is important only to work within those rules to accomplish assigned tasks.
 
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How well do you handle customer complaints?
 
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I do very good job of listening and expressing myself with a positive attitude. I turn most customer complaints into compliments by helping the customer and turning their frustration into a positive shopping experience with lowes.
 
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Very well, I listen too what the customer has to say.. Apologise for any inconvienence and do anything I can to rectify the situation and make the customer happy.
 
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I make sure to acknowledge the issue the customer has, no matter how small it may be, and try to come to a conclusion that pleases the customer as well as limit the cost and liability to lowes. I believe I have had many customers return to me for additional sales because I make them feel important and always consider their needs.
 
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With care and responsibility. When a customer is not happy or satisfied with something I feel I should do what ever I can to correct the situation. Stay calm, listen to their complaint and then take the steps to correct the problem.
 
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I would begin by calmly asking the customer to explain the concern he/or/she has and let the customer know that I will most deffinately spread the word to the other employees as well as the management. I would also let the customer know that their input is very much appreciated and that we appreciate their business.
 
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You have been out of work for a while, what have you been doing?
 
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Support my spouse and taking care of the kids while she finished her schooling.
 
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Resting. I worked 80 plus hours and me and my wife took a vacation.
 
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Probably thinking about work while enjoying my time off.
 
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I have been working for a small, family run business.
 
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I have been running my own business. I now have my step son to operate that business.
 
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Tell me about a time when you had to be a leader. How was the outcome?
 
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I had to be a leader multiple times when we received new employees. I would show them how to do things to complete there tasks.
 
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Training new employees, excellent as they were able to start performing daily task as well as learn new. Which ultimately contribute to great sales.
 
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Many times I have trained new employees and had to teach them and guide them into customer service so that they know and understand how important customer satisfaction is.
 
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We were having trouble with side seals on a trash bags. I call the operator together and brain storming deferent tasks to a solution.
 
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Being a leader comes easy to me. I give r es pect and I recieve it. Many of the cashiers I supervised would say that I was pne of the best headcashiers the had.
 
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Tell me about a time when you did not have enough time to complete all assigned tasks. How did you prioritize?
 
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i took care of the task that were most essential first and worked on it all day untill the task was complete and made sure next time i used better time management
 
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I was once given several dozen items to photograph, and only a few hours to do it. I chose to photograph the highest priced, and most in demand items first, while keeping the cheaper, less demanded items for the end in case I did not make it to them.
 
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When zoning, there is not always enough time to pull product from the back of the shelf to the front so I do what I can and create a fully stocked shelf by sometime pulling just one item to front face the shelf.
 
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You prioritize based on customer service, length of tasks and the staffing that is available.
 
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If I did not have enough time to complete a task I would do the most important task first and let my manager know that I will pick up those duties further down the road and complete as much as I could within my time frame.
 
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What would you do if a coworker asked you to help you steal?
 
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i would take no part in the act and directly talk to the manager and adress the issue
 
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I would tell that co-worker's supervisor. Stealing is not an option.
 
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I would go to my human resource manager and talk to them in confidence they will take things in the direction that needs to be take in order to have the issue resolved
 
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If a coworker asked me to help them steal, I would report it to management immediately.
 
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Just by providing the best customer service and teaching others to do the same. Selling products as well as tecahing other to be the best sellers and tecahing the how sell add ons.
 
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When was the last time you contributed to a team effort and what was your role?
 
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My last team effort was to get everyone on the same page over current issues we were having with the department. Being short staffed causes issues such as coverage, work load, and so on. With that being said I had to stand up to the plate and change my scheduling around so that I would be in the area to help serve customers and take care of their needs.
 
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My role was as leader of my team as a department manager. You have to find out what motivates people and encourage that... Whether it be recognition, etc. As a leader, you have to make sure people understand their role on the team and how their achievements contribute to the goal.
 
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Hitting a sales goal record of 100 used cars. I lead the team by example.
 
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One instance that particularly sticks out to me happened about two weeks ago, in my department, when my department manager, myself, and a coworker were trying to re arrange and organize top stock in the blinds area. I went up on the balimore and got all the blinds down that I could reach, came down, organized them by item number, then moved on to more boxes in top stock. When they were all down we all worked together to stock the blinds on the shelf until it was full, then I got back on the balimore and my coworker and department manager helped load the blinds back onto the platform, and I took them back up and put them neatly in order on the racking.
 
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I was tasked with developing a new fireworks compound and operation and I was the team leader. I created the vision, from the physical layout of the facility, to its location to the training programs to initiate to develop our fireworks operations and operators.
 
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If you found a twenty dollar bill in the parking lot, what would you do?
 
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pick it up, walk back into store turn it into customer service desk
 
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turn it in
 
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Pick it up...turn around and go back into the store and spend it.
 
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I would take it back into the store, and turn it into the customer service desk.
 
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Turn it into customer service and ask them to put it in an envelope with the date and time and location the money was found.
 
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What department at Lowes would you enjoy working in the most?
 
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Front end because thats where you get to deal with people the most.
 
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I would very much enjoy working in the garden section. I love gardening and I love plants. I am not afraid of any bugs that may be attracted to the plants, and may actually embrace some, like harmless spiders, that act as natural pests control to insects that can harm our stock.
 
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Kitchen Cabinets. It combines my design, creative, selling and customer service skills into one.
 
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Any department that allows me to use my problem solving skills.
 
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I think I'll love seasonal department because I like flowers and home decor because I love being creative and decorating everything I feel like I can go to any department and with the proper training I can learn how to run that department.
 
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How well would you say you know our departments and what we sell?
 
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I know the basics but I can learn.
 
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Me and my wife are her twice a week or more so id say pretty good.
 
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I know all of our departments layouts very well. I know the experienced staffs of each department and their strengths. If I am unable to assist on technical questions I know ho are our team members wo can assist me with the customer. I operate that I must get the customer the right answer, not the answer right now.
 
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I have a lot of knowledge about many departments with flooring being my weak link.
 
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I would say that for those areas that I do not know that well, I would make the extra effort to learn those departments.
 
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Do you shop at Lowe's?
 
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Whenever I need appliances or certain tools. My father however is in love with this store and comes in at least once a week.
 
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Yes. I purchase all my home maintenance supplies her as well as all my outdoor garden supplies. And as anyone knows, I spend an enormous amount of time in my ever expanding gardens.
 
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I am a frequent shopper. I often come here to buy wood, hardware cloth, and storage containers as well as plants and gardening supplies when spring comes around.
 
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Yes, I come to lowes almost every time I do a project.
 
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Because all the employees are very friendly and helpful and all around fun people and always smileing.
 
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What do you know about Tools?
 
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i can be a resource to an extent if it involves great detail i would get employee in the area involved
 
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I have a good understanding of tools and what each tools can do a drill drills and saw saws ... in genenral always ask the customer if they have the right tool for the job and if they dont get them the right one by asking detailed questions
 
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I am a novice in the knowledge of tools I know enough about the basic household tools.
 
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I know the basics and what they are used for.
 
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I know some things but not a lot. I am always willing to learn more though.
 
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Why should we not hire you?
 
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I am dedicated to pleasing customers and to supporting the people who work for me. I realize that in some organizations, administrative and reporting tasks are so important that caring for people must sometimes take a back seat. I have a strong history of success in covering administrative needs, but people are still my number one priority. I believe that only a company that disagrees with putting people first would not want to hire me.
 
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No reason not to hire.
 
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You should, I am a very loyal and dependable employee.
 
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With my knowledge of flooring I could sell our customer the whole kitchen, Not just the cabinets and counter tops but help them choose backsplash and floor coverings.
 
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If you want someone who puts customers first instaed of tasks.
 
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Name your three best qualities?
 
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Reliability, self-motivation and ability to learn and adapt.
 
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Patience, customer service skills and determination.
 
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dedication to Lowe's and their customers and family and God
 
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Hardworking, honest, and friendly.
 
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Good nature, I always give 100 percent, and I am reliable.
 
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Why do you want to work at Lowes over Home Depot?
 
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Lowes values their work and customer service more.
 
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Because my husband used to work at Home Depot and I like to work here just to spite him.
 
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Lowes brings in a better crowd, and seems to give me better customer service, telling me that they are happy with their jobs.
 
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Lowes truly places customer service above anything else. They place the right personalities in the right job.
 
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Lowes provides better customer service then home depot.
 
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Tell me about your last manager, what did you like and dislike about their leadership style?
 
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I like how friendly she was but she was never afraid to remind you that she was the boss when needed.
 
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What I liked about my previous manager was that she was very welcoming to the customer's, employee's and new employee's too. She had good leadership abilities. The only downfall she had was the disorganization of the tasks she would give us the employee's.
 
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Liked that he empowered and backed employees. Disliked that he was spread so thin.
 
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I liked many things about my last manager. I liked how he was willing to teach me things I did not know and help me learn new skills and task sets that not only helped me out but also helped the department. I honestly can not name a thing I disliked about his leadership style.
 
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I liked his ability to plan and execute tasks and assignments, goals, etc, however, his ability to communicate those to the associated was poor. I
 
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