Walgreens Interview Questions and Answers
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How would you deal with an angry customer while you were busy completing tasks?
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Stop what I am doing. Pay full attention to the customer. Remain calm and show sympathy.
Customer comes first.
Stop and try and help out the customer best of my ability and if that does not work, tell the manager.
I would stop whatever I am doing, give the costumer my full attention and then proceed into helping them on their situation.
Put the task on the side and listen to the customer.
I would ask them what is the problem and do everything in my power to help them with whatever appears to be troubling them.
I would stop what I am doing and assist the customer. The customer is my number one priority because they are the reason why we have jobs.
Apologize first, and will serve him as early as possible.
Whenever you see angry customer, try to be polite with them and pay full attention for there needs and listen to them why they are angry and try to help them out. And make them satisfied.
I would ask them what they are angry about and try to solve the problem. Then I would finish completing my tasks.