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Question 1 of 32
How would your former employer describe you?
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"John has told me that I am a hard worker, and he has told me that he really likes how I am always happy to be at work!"
The interviewer wants to hear that your past employer will describe you in a positive manner. Think about the positive things your former employer has said about you in the past. Instead of listing these things, tell the interviewer what each person has told you. For example, you might say, "John has told me that I am a hard worker, and he has told me that he really likes how I am always happy to be at work!" These concrete examples will be sure to impress the interviewe
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Question 2 of 32
Do you work well under pressure?
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Absolutely! The interviewer needs to hear that you can handle a little pressure. Simply tell the interviewer that you are accustomed to meeting deadlines, having a busy workload, and working under pressure. Be sure to mention that you never let pressure get the best of you, and you know how to delegate work to the right people to help you manage your workload.
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Question 3 of 32
Do you have supervising experience?
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Question 4 of 32
Do you have an understanding of lean six sigma?
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Question 5 of 32
Tell me about your education. How has it prepared you for a career as a Warehouse Supervisor?
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Question 6 of 32
Why do you want to work for our company?
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Question 7 of 32
How do you stay organized?
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Question 8 of 32
How do you prioritize your work?
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Question 9 of 32
Automation plays a huge role in any warehouse, what new technologies have you witnessed and how do you plan on staying informed for even newer technologies in the future?
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Question 10 of 32
How do you keep your warehouse employees motivated and to stay focused on the companies objectives?
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Question 11 of 32
How well do you get along with your superiors? How often do you like to communicate with them?
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Question 12 of 32
If hired, how do you intend on making a difference with our company?
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Question 13 of 32
How do you handle stressful situations?
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Question 14 of 32
Why should we hire you?
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Question 15 of 32
Do you work well on a team? How would you define teamwork?
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Question 16 of 32
What is your greatest strength? How does it help you as a Warehouse Supervisor?
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Question 17 of 32
Tell me about a time when you had to think strategically.
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Question 18 of 32
What is your greatest weakness? What are you doing to improve it?
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Question 19 of 32
What experience do you have in a warehouse?
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Question 20 of 32
What is the largest amount of employees you have supervised?
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Question 21 of 32
Why do you want to work for our Warehouse team?
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Question 22 of 32
What was the most difficult employee situation you found yourself in? How did you overcome the problem?
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Question 23 of 32
What leadership roles have you had in the past?
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Question 24 of 32
What mistakes have you made while being a leader for a group in the past? How have you learned from them?
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Question 25 of 32
What does quality work mean to you?
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Question 26 of 32
When have you negotiated a better deal with a vendor?
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Question 27 of 32
Tell me about a recent vendor dispute you have had, or a conflict you have had in your previous work. How did you handle the problem?
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Question 28 of 32
Where do you see your career in five years?
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Question 29 of 32
Give us an example of an emergency situation that you faced. How did you handle it?
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Question 30 of 32
Have you ever been caught stealing, or better yet, have you ever stole anything?
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Question 31 of 32
What cost cutting measures have you enacted in the past? Which ones were the most successful?
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Question 32 of 32
What do you already know about our warehouse, and our company?
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Question 1 of 32
How would your former employer describe you?
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1.
I could be described as an outgoing dedicated individual who is striving for growth and knowledge, a hard worker, not afraid to get my hands dirty, and someone who has a great ability to lead by example.
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He describe me as a good worker.
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Hard working friendly respectful loyal to the job.
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My former employer would describe me as a fast and aggressive learner, who takes initiatives and goes up and beyond to do what is necessary to complete the task at hand.
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Hard working eager to learn.
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Very energetic, fun, flexible and easy person to work with.
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Driven and willing to do what was needed to meet the bottom line.
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Good emplyee very dedicated and responsible.
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Proactive and willing to take on my task.
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My former employer would describe me as being a firm leader and a great motivator. I am known for being that individual who motivates others to do a great job while being a firm leader. I believe communication is everything and if you are firm but able to motivate employees at the same time it will normally end up well.
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My former employer would describe me as an energetic, motivated, confident and ready to learn attitude employee. Who with the need of time can adapt to the situation and circumstances.
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I will describe my former employer very well. Before I will discuss what the problem .
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A positive force in the organization who is outgoing and engages with all levels of the organization. Able to develop and challenge teams to strive for excellence.
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Hard working, always willing to help, jack of all trades...
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Har working, fair, always willing and competant.
Question 2 of 32
Do you work well under pressure?
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I feel that I do my best work under pressure because I know that only the best is what is expected and that should be delivered regardless. So when there is pressure I enjoy rising to the challenge.
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Sometimes. I work well without pressure.
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Yes if under pressure I would just find a way for a positive solution.
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I do makes me work faster knowing I have a dead line.
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I am under pressure daily to meet deadlines and I have been very successful in doing so, so yes.
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Yes I will try to convert t.
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Yes I like both working under the constraint time and under the plenty of time.
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Yes I work well under pressure. The shipping department was loading a truck that consisted of 24 pallets of product, however they were missing one pallet. After searching the warehouse for that pallet we were not able to find the pallet. We do not like to pay detention time or short customers so we were in a bad situation after being notified I contacted the plant managers to see if they had more product in the plants unfortunately they did not, however after checking the system for inventory and open orders I realized we had an order in the racks same product, that was shipping out the next week, so I was able to use one of those pallets and ship on the order that was leaving today and have the plant make another pallet of product to replace the one I took.
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No I am not work well under pressure.
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Yes, I am able to keep my head and not react in extremes. Keeping focus on the goal or problem that needs to be solved and seeking solutions from stakeholders to be successful.
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Yes.. When it comes down to the wire, the best thing I can to remain focused, have some flexibility, and understand priorities.. Giving them attention in the order theyre needed.
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Yes, I am very good about working under pressure. one must assess the situation and the best way to manage the situation then proceed.
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Yes, beacuase our product are pfast moving account.
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Yes I do work well under pressure, because I am a fast thinker who can make good decisions due to my problem solving skills.
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Yes. I continously work under pressure with the high volumes we have had over recent years.
Question 3 of 32
Do you have supervising experience?
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Yes I have supervised small to medium crews on mulitiple crews vu.
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I do, I have led to warehouses in the recycling industry for a combination of about 7 years.
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No not right now I have experience in running my own buissness.
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No lead experience it is something I have thought about.
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Yes I do I am presently working in the 3rd pl logistics.
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Yes I have over 2 years of supervising experience in the military and over 5 years supervising on my current job. While in the military I was a storage supervisor or a warehouse supervisor, where I supervised a team of 8 individuals and on my current job I currently supervise a team of over 20 employees monthly in conducting cycle counts and up to 50 annually.
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Yes i have 3 years of supervisory experience.
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Yes I have 3 year supervising experience .
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Yes, I have over 20 years supervisory experience with 4 years in this field.
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Yes, I have supervised up to 30 employees in one department. Each employee is different and each is handled according to their working techniques. however, one must never lose focus of the goal of the department and should enforce rules and regulation for everyone equally.
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I have 5 years experience for the supervising .
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Yes I have over 7 years of supervising experience in multiple technical fields.
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Yes I currant run the highest volume department.
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Yes, I do have. I worked a marine logistic company where I have to meet the task within specific time given.
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Yes I do have, as I have already performed same job in abc company.
Question 4 of 32
Do you have an understanding of lean six sigma?
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Very basic, still reading about it.
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Yes, I took the AHS training for the yellow belt and I also studied it the six sigma concepts in different courses in the University and now the SCMP.
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Generally - I have completed yellow belt training which allowed me to do an improvement project within my department when I was at Leinster. I was the facilitator for my team which introduced a storage at heights methodology in the warehouse whilst increasing storage space by 33%. This was a top ten finalist in the WA chamber of minerals and energy 2010 awards.
Question 5 of 32
Tell me about your education. How has it prepared you for a career as a Warehouse Supervisor?
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I have extensive knowledge of warehousing and logistics, I have worked in warehousing for numerous years and having hands on and starting from the bottom has prepared me to understand the job being done, and the knowledge to understand what is required by this position as a supervisor.
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My education was a high school diploma.
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I education has always been in the business field. I am learning all I need to learn about different types of businesses as well as managing them. What better way to learn then having a hands on experience and jumping right into the field. Yes education will give me the knowledge I need to know to get the job done, but the actually working in the field will give me the experience I will need to take my career to the highest level of achievement.
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I have completed National Production Management diploma and are currently in the process of completing my National Operation diploma. with my broad back round/experience within production and the knowledge I have accumulated within logistic department makes me a very versatile person to achieve high standards.
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My education is secondary to my experience.
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I have persuaded my graduate dimpola in manufacturing and have few management skill and 10 years of experianance.
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Learn international business and spanish and hepled me understand the international business transaction and communication with languge skills.
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I hold a bachelors degree and a professional diploma in logistics and transport. The knowledge lent during the professional course has thought me how to manage people and warehouse activities.
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My education has allowed me the opportunity to learn the aspects of what a leader consist of. I recently took a leadership development course, which made me understand what being a leader is, being a leader consist of more than just leading it consist of caring for the individuals you lead building a relationship with them and making them feel as if they are needed. In my current position I had a situation where one of my employees lost their spouse this individual became real depressed, I begin to talk to them and just listen to them and by me showing them that I cared, it in turns allowed them to gain a sense of trust.
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I did my 10+2 . After that I did job in Marya food company as Warehouse supervisor.
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My degree is in strategic leadership which emphasizes the worlds interconnected economies, change and leveraging diversity to get the most from each associate.
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Majored in sociology-- what college has taught me is how to think critically, understanding different types of people and how to work well with diversity, has helped me to understand people, and knowledge about what it means to work as a team.
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All the knowledge and experience make it possibile.
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I have an associates degree in business administration an it initially opened doors for me in manufacturing but I believe my experience has a big part in preparing me for what I have made of my career.
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Diploma, more than 15 years working in a different type of warehousing .
Question 6 of 32
Why do you want to work for our company?
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This company offers all the aspects that I have been looking for in a career.
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I feel that I have experience that is valuable to a company such as this and I would like to share my skills and help this company grow. I also feel this company is growing and I would love to be a part of that growth.
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I like your company and I think what I can help your company by my work.
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I have been working here for 13 years and I have gone to the top within my job. I feel now I am up for the task of a change to managment.
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I would like to work for this company because I believe I have what it takes such as the experience and drive this company need to continue to succeed.
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The company does a lot of good for people.
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To grow and progress as a person and career wise.
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Your company provides the best customer service which is very important for the company.
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I like how your company has developed plans to help people and I feel that I would fit in this position to help acheive goals.
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LG is well known and I am sure working with this company will provide me wit security.
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Will like to enhance on my skill set and broaden my knowledge gained so far.
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My dream company and meets the expectation for my career growth.
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Your company is helping many automobile companies in various services since 1955. By providing them excellent services, skilled workforce and real time and up to date solutions to their problems. Managers and other employees have their rights to which they responsibly use to help out the customer and bringing a win-win situation for both company and customer.
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I handle my situations very happly.
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I have been watching for an opportunity to join the company for 5 years and want the opportunity to bring my skill sets to work for you.
Question 7 of 32
How do you stay organized?
User-Submitted Answers
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By developing a routine and trying to stick to it.
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By keeping a safe workplace and environment to do the proper job.
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Working out a schedule that helps me stay on task.
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I file things away as soon as I get them.
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By planning and prioritizing my work.
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I plane all my work before. All my work written down in my workbook and everyday I have my schedule in front of me knowing what I need to do.
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Daily regiment of what I do.
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By planning and prioritizing the thing which need to be done.
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Make sure all operators clean area after work.
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By keeping a to do list, with the most important issues at the top of the list.
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By ensuring I plan my duties in my diary.
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I stay organized by prioritizing my tasks. Tasks that are more important I like to complete them first. I then move on to the other tasks accordingly.
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By keeping a daily planner to make sure I stay productive every hour of the day.
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Constant monitoring and feedback.
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I try to keep myself updated with the industry news. Market information, price changes and future speculations.
Question 8 of 32
How do you prioritize your work?
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I always put the more urgent things at the top of my list and try to develop a plan of attack top to bottom what can be handled quickly and what need sthe most attention to detail.
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I use matrix of Eisenhower.
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Which one is more prioritize.
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Look at all the risk associated with the demands and than decide which one is on top of the list or which demands need to be satisfied first.
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Certain things must get done. I try to do those first but am also able to multitask.
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Weigh importance and ungercy.
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I prioritize my work by the level of importance.
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It depends upon the importance of the task and the time limit involved with it.
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I give prioritize my work, like if I am working then I dont do any work.
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I review the work deadlines and the impact of each toward the specific project goal or objective. As the requirements for priorities change, adjustments are made to realign resources accordingly.
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Depends on the situation... I like to label certain tasks as either A B or C...A being the one that requires immediate attention, and C which are tasks that arent urgent but eventually need to get done... I like to focus my work on the things that need to get done, and done quickly... While balancing the other work alongside our first priorities.
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Work has priorities based the number of task at the time, the importance of each task and how long each task takes to complete.
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We just followed the schedule, timing and as per customer request.
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How I prioritize my work is by what needs to be complete first and by importance or deadlines. I prepare a calendar and I update on a daily basis. I will check my emails and objectives/goals daily to measure what will need to be completed first.
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I decide each day what is more important and in what order loads need to leave the building by. Ensure the most important is felt with first.
Question 9 of 32
Automation plays a huge role in any warehouse, what new technologies have you witnessed and how do you plan on staying informed for even newer technologies in the future?
User-Submitted Answers
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WMS system is always changing and improving on receiving, tracking, product. Utilize information in the industry.
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Stay on linkedin for updates in my field. Saw PO automation rolled out at BHP andf also E- Catalogue which allowed for ordering of consumable through SAP
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What does great customer service mean.
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Worked as a team .. And always update with new ideas and always imply new ideas for success of company.
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WMS warehouse managment system, which provide us the best way to handle the stocks and in inventory field.
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When have you demonstrated a can do attiude.
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Yes, I have experienced it.
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By training and being informed.
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Where di you see yourself in five years.
Question 10 of 32
How do you keep your warehouse employees motivated and to stay focused on the companies objectives?
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I keep employees motivated through consistent interaction that allows them to be part of the decision making and present their ideas as a team.
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My management style is to be on the same level as my employees and develop friendship along with trust to ensure a stable work relationship. I also strive to be the best at all their jobs which helps me know exactly the best scenario to accomplish the companies goals with each department.
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Communication, provide a clear direction and line of site that benefits both the associates and the company, work towards buy in, each associate can respond differently, accountability and recognition is important.
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I usually have tasks layed out for them so their is always something for them to do and keep busy. I also treat each employee as a person and get to know their style which helps in choosing the best methods to help motivate their particular personality.
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I try to engage them in important decisions, listen to their concerns, and treat everyone fairly.
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I think about objectives and try to complete them with a timely matter, I also try to stay in the situation as much as I can to keep the employees on task.
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I keep the employees focused by stating the day with pre-shift meeting which will inform the of the current treads in the company, any Hr updates and focused driven objectives for the day or week ahead. During the day I will periotically check on the employees task progress and compliment the on success or discuss any obstacles they may be facing to maintain there goals and help them work around the obstacles.
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Clear communication, empowerment and a comfortable working atmosphere.
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By maintaining a positive attitude during tedious projects. Also by taking the time out to have detailed conversations, notifying the employees on the good job they are doing.
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Daily tasks lists and change roles each day. Builds there capability and closes gaps on areas they may not have solid exposure too. Explain reasoning on why we are doing certain things so they are aware of the big picture.
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Maintaining company profitablility will drive job security.
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By thinking of the end goal.
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By engaging with my team in terms of communication. I lead by example to demonstrate how I want things done and jump in and help when needed.
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Giving them good feedback and updating on all news in company.
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Open line of communication. Clarify objectives and goals.
Question 11 of 32
How well do you get along with your superiors? How often do you like to communicate with them?
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I had a good relationship with the VP, we communicated daily. The amount of time depended on projects, tasks at hand, general process,
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Great - I go to the morning HOD's meetings and have built a good rapport with all departments.
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Very well . As often as I can.
Question 12 of 32
If hired, how do you intend on making a difference with our company?
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By upholding the companies policies and procedure, and directing my team to show pride in their work.
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I'm just keep on your company the best that I have made in my past company.
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I will work normally as much as I can.
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Firstly I will review the structure of the departure and see how it operates and start doing the changes that a very critical and that can save the cost for the company . Top priority areas that needs change.
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I tend to review the warehouse procedures and see what can be implemented and what can be improved.
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By looking for news ways to implement and reach company like it has never been done before.
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By looking closely at the policy and procedures and making sure me and my team follow those and maybe even improve the procedures to help make a safer work environment.
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I tend to make a difference by reducing pay cost and eliminating human error.
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I plan to research different technology ideas. I will make safety improvements and operational improvements in areas that appear lacking.
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I will make a difference by bringing a fresh perspective to your business and processes. I will work diligently to make a difference as a leader, a team member, and an effective manager for the position.
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I intend to get to know the warehouse processes, and employees in order to provide time and cost saving strategies needed for implementation.
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Dedicate myself to learn everything about the new company that I can, look for ways and ideas that could improve, processes, safety, removing obsitacles from the associates, I want to advance within the company.
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I will follow the vision of providing the best health care services by being creative in a critical role such as mine.
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Find my feet, read all the procedures so I have an awareness and understanding of company requirements so I can walk the walk. Get an understanding of my staff in regards to strength and weaknesses and close the GAP so the warehouse function meets required targets of operation.
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I will try to safe as much it possible budget money to improve better quality with developing staff members.
Question 13 of 32
How do you handle stressful situations?
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Like with any stressfull situation its always a good idea not to react impulsivly sit back take some deep breaths and accurately assass the situation.
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By trying to take the time and understand what is making the situation stressful, what the alternatives are and how I can remedy the issue.
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I try to stay calm and do my busyness.
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I would handle the situation with the knowledge of the job that I have learned in the past.
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I analyze the situation, look at all the possible outcomes and work from there.
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I take one thing at a time things will work out.
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I try not to get stressed out. I know that my ability will help guide me.
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Stay focused on the issues and try to see situations objectively.
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By organizing the work to be done based on priority.
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Pressure is very important to me. Good pressure, such as having a lot of assignments to work on, or an upcoming deadline, helps me to stay motivated and productive. Of course, there are times when too much pressure can lead to stress; however, I am very skilled at balancing multiple projects and meeting deadlines, which prevents me from feeling stressed often. For example, I once was given one day to complete annual inventory, which normally takes three days to complete. At first I did panic but after brainstorming I reached out to the plant managers and asked could I use some of their employees and of course they said yes. I was able to train them to work along side my team and we were able to complete the task before the auditors came. That year we received a 100% on inventory accuracy which was a great accomplishment for the company.
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Understand why the stress, remain focused and handle the situation.
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There is and specific thumb rule for it. It depends from situation to situation. Example if I am not getting or the chances of getting the raw material on expected delivery date hen I have to look for immediate supplier options. In other case if any of my distributor of end-user is not satisfied with the product bought by them then I have to either arrange a return, send company executives, give discount keeping in mind the mood and mind set of the customer.
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Keep an even temperament and focus on the goals and what is needed to keep moving towards achieving the goals.
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Depending on the situation, remain calm, assess the situation, try solving the best as fast as efficiently.
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Calm, listern and give my opnion.
Question 14 of 32
Why should we hire you?
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I think I have an extraordinary skill set, great adaptability and I have loads of experience and I would love to share my skills with a growing company.
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You have no choice, by my mind.
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My experience 15 + years.
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No disrespect to the other, but I am the best suitable candidate for the job.
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I realize that I must fit a role to help achieve the bottom line.
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I have the skill set for the position.
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I am a detail oriented person with the vision several steps ahead. I have a positive and engaging approach to the team that builds trust and development opportunities with the associates.
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Because I make sure I align myself to the mission and vision of the company and see exactly where I fit it, and evaluate myself upon how this could increase my skills as a leader, and with my experience and work ethic, can prepare me to be an even greater leader.
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I am dependable and you can cont on me from the start to the finish.
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Because I have the experience required to do this job. I can step right in and do it with minimal training.
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Because you to to try my knowledge .
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You should hire me because I will be a excellent asset to your organization. You have a culture here that I believe I will fit well in with. Your company has values that I value as well. I have the skills and experience that you are seeking in the candidate for the position. I have the ability to meet and exceed the goals and objectives for the position.
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Because of the k owl edge and history I have with the jdw contract. I've worked in all areas. I feel I am a assert to the company withy you desranfing of the customer needs.
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I have the qualification relevant experience and core skills to contribute.
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Because I have the skills, knowledge and vast experience to make a difference and input to the company.
Question 15 of 32
Do you work well on a team? How would you define teamwork?
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I do work well in a team setting, I would describe teamwork by comparing it to a flock of geese, we as a group will function better if we all work together, but any one of us should be able to lead, if given the opportunity.
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I like to work on a team. I think that without a team can not succeed.
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I would define team work as getting the job done whether that means if I have to do more then the guy next to me as long as the work gets finished.
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We all work together and be productive get work done by end of day.
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Yes, when everyone within a team has a common vision or goal and pulls together to achieve the same result.
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Team work can brin out the best in people who are willing to be open. Its always good to hear different ideas and to know the role you will play.
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Communication and find a way to work together to get the maximum synergy.
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Yes. Team work to me is working together as a group to achieve a set goal.
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Yes of course I do. I will define teamwork very well .
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Yes, teamwork is all the parts working toward the same goal. Within each department you have a team that is working toward the production goals for that department. However, each department affects the other departments in the organization and it is critical to understand how what you are doing affects the next department in the process. All the parts have to work together in order for the organization to succeed.
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Absolutely, I love it when the end goal requires more than the effort of just one person.. Teamwork is collaborating effectively and efficiently and understanding our own roles in achieving one or more common goals.
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One team, intergrity, always positive.
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Yes, I work very well in a team. A team is made of team members and one has to determine the strength of each member and delegate.
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Is working together, helping each other .
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Yes I work well on a team, I define teamwork as each person working together as a team to achieve they goals.
Question 16 of 32
What is your greatest strength? How does it help you as a Warehouse Supervisor?
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I perform very well under pressure especially when I have deadline to meet locally and internationally. internally I am a good planning, organizer . I pay Strong attention to detail within the warehouse. Safety is also my priority within the warehouse.
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I have the ability to multi task and can optimize people by understanding their personalities.
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My greatest strength is my people management and by ability to pay attention to details. These skills helps in the daily management of warehouse staff as well as report generation for my bosses.
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My ability to communicate effectively and clearly with the team in a positive and constructive manner. People know what is the work flow will be today and in the near future as well as they can come to me at any time and will be given honest feedback on their performance or concerns they may have.
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One of my greatest strengths, and that im a diligent worker... I care about the work getting done.. I am always willing to help others in the team.. Being patient helps me not jump to conclusions... Patience helps me stay calm when I have to work under pressure.. Being a diligent worker.. It ensures that the team has the same goals in accomplishing certain things.
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Supervising, assist my co workers, work with them.
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I respect all employees. I can get my employees to do their job by motivating them and praising them when needed. I like to train by explaining why a certain job needs to be done a certain way.
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I cant handle under pressure, fast moving account . always 100 % accurate stock in our warehouse .
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My great strength is my desire to succeed, I am self-motivated. I believe being self- motivated is the first step to success. Having this strength will help you start and end your goals. As a supervisor your team is always looking to you as an role model. I must display the qualities and be the role model that I desire my team to be.
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100% commuted attention to detail. I am very approachable to all colleges. Try and problem solve. Have a good relationship ship with the work force. Motivate my team.
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I think my managerial approach towards tasks and people can help me to stand successful for this position.
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I`m a person people and great team player . This strength helps me to be a good supervisor.
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My greatest strength is that I am a good problem-solver I assess the situation and see where to go from there.
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I have logical and analytical skill, ability to leadership role and mange task as it comes....
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My greatest strength is being a team player. I stay late and help finish order so that the next shift that comes in isn't overloaded with too much work.
Question 17 of 32
Tell me about a time when you had to think strategically.
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I think a good example of strategic thinking could be demonstrated when I had to help my team overcome obstacles dealing with shipping, and getting the proper weight onto the trucks, we were having difficulty making weight with cardboard bales and had to devise a plan to rotate bales in different patterns to accomplish this goal.
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I think strategically every day or every month after 1993.
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On lean basic team compete with other teams best time how to be productive our team won!
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When you have a certain amount of manpower and you need to utilize them all effectively. looking at the work load and prioritizing the priority which might impact the customer/supplier.
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When we are shipping to meet deadlines you need to be strategic in your planning.
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We have a situation when the stock levels were high and there was the need to meet our client set standards which was very challenging. During this period I developed a plan for the warehouse team to multi task on various activity and also recruited casual labour for the period which were trained and mentored. At the end all the necessary KPI were met.
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Preparing for cyber Monday increased volume and our peak season. I had to consider potential staffing increases, increase hours against the budget, start time changes, and increased trailer requirements to get the volume out of the building. We were able to put together a plan that allowed us to move 40,000 cartons on time. A building record.
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Production deadlines.. i remember one day we were shorthanded a couple employees and a giant order had to be sent out, no questions.. On top of several orders still to be shipped that day... A complication with ups caused us to have a delay and didnt deliver... Next day air... And our order needed to be out.. Warehouse had to be running... And I drove it out myself to ups and it was handled.
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Organized, plan before doing it, work as a team.
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There was a time when I was told I had to get rid of 20% of my people. I had to determine which persons I needed the most by determining who could do what. I had to put aside personal feelings so that I could keep a working crew to handle he same workload with less people.
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I'm just give your stock !00 % accurate.
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When the holidays would arrive, we would receive the backlog of the 2 days that we were closed in the next day. Which would be 3 times as much work needing to be stocked; however we would only have 5 stockers out of the 8 stockers on the shift due to vacation. It would take planning to work the weekend with 15 people stocking a total of 15 skids to successful complete the goal. Therefore, I would have to seek the help of other members of the warehouse to help assist the stocking department achieve this goal.
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I currant do this on a daily basis to ensure the loads are ready in time to be loaded. This may be a case of re prioritising the way the products are picked to hit the correct targets.
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There was a situation at a school I volunteer at where we had to transfer large amounts of data to another department and only had limited space to the place we where moving it to. So what I did was eliminated any data that was out of date as well as data that wasn't part of the project we were aiming for. This helped minimize the amount of paper work and gave us room to work with.
Question 18 of 32
What is your greatest weakness? What are you doing to improve it?
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Talking in front of a group people when I was a lead had to talk in front of a group took time and practice.
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Probably tact. I tend to be straightforward, sometimes too much.
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I have empathy on people which I believe people take advantage of.
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Wanting to learn all aspects of a new opportunity as quickly as possible to make an immediate impact. Learning to absorb information in segments and build upon the previous segment as I move to the next one.
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I can honestly say that I am a perfectionist... I always want things done right, and what my ideal of perfection is. understanding that sometimes things just happen and are out of my control... But learn to be flexible and still be efficient in accomplishing the goals.
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I am a person who is very hard on myself, always expect myself to do more till the job is finished.
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I believe my biggest weakness is wanting to help anyone I can help. What I mean is I am willing to take on task that are not my job. I want to learn all I can. However, that has helped me get promoted or even asked to help in times of need in other department. I have been know as the "go to person" when help is needed.
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Making documentation, self learning .
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My greatest weakness is being a work alcoholic. I am improving this weakness by utilizing time management.
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Care too much. But in caring so much ensure the job is done to its full ptential.
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Am too emotional...... Have improved on my emotional ability.
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I am starting to ignore people with negative comments.
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My greatest weakness is to be a perfectionist. I am pushing my self to over look minor details that unnecessary to quality and quantity of the project.
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I have trouble deciding to go at the task aggressivly or take a back seat to the issue.
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I do to much for my employees and it spreads me too thin to be as effective as I could.
Question 19 of 32
What experience do you have in a warehouse?
User-Submitted Answers
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Conducting actual count of stocks, monitoring of stocks level, arranging stocks according to size, color, stock number or batch number and maintaining cleaness in warehause.
2.
Experienced Certified Overhead Crane and Forklift Operator.
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What are the possible way to control minimize the cost and maximize the job.
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I have ten years warehouse experience with 5 in a supervisory position. The majority of my experience has been involved with despatch but I am also experience in quality control, stock control, goods in and replenishment.
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I've been supervising the warehouse at Bralirwa as reponsible of the maintenance for 8 years. During this period I've implemented a CMMS which helped to manage the maintenance and the warehouse. As project officer with Rwandatel, I has the warehouse ynder my responsibility as I had to follow up all the procurement procedure and follow up how the materials and equipments was used day to day to ensure that the project shall not suffer of lack of management in relationship with the store. In BMC I gad the warehouse on my responsibility as Technical manager. Globally, I have more than 10 years supervising the warehouse.
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Unloading/loading trailers, inventory control, daily inventory checks, lift truck driving, multi-tasking, packaging, attention to detail, customer service (pick-ups).
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I have total 22 year experience in warehouse management in pharmaceuticals industry nly. Starting from project stores to distribution of products in domestic and export.
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I have more than five years expereince ware house.
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What experience do you have in a warehouse.
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Supervise all inbound and outbound activities and ware house staff.
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My warehouse experience consist of inventory control, order pulling, shipping and receiving, stock management and location and the safe operation and maintenance of material handling equipment.
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I have 25 years experience in the warehousing industry. 10 of those years were in a supervisory role.
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Vast, I have 7 years experience ranging from car parts to drinks warehouse, I have worked as an operative and a supervisor.
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I worked in many positions in a warehouse such as inventory control, quality assurance.
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I have held various positions in the warehousing field from freight loader to warehouse maintenance supervisor.
Question 20 of 32
What is the largest amount of employees you have supervised?
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The largest ammount I have supervised is approximately 70 people, 35 permanent staff and 35 temporary members of staff.
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14 non warehouse, 7 warehouse.
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In the military I have 20 members as part of my warehousing team.
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I have supervised up to 30 employees.
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We have 40 manpower we handle and 3500 sqaure meter floor area of the warehouse and a fast moving account .
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The largest amount of employees I have supervised is 40 employees in the production and maintenance process.
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The largest amount of employees I have supervise has been 25
Question 21 of 32
Why do you want to work for our Warehouse team?
User-Submitted Answers
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To acquired more experience in warehousing.
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I believe that I can carry on the hardworking ethic already shown by the workforce.
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I believe I can help improve this team with my past experiences and knowledge.
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Because this is a great company and have family values.
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I believe that I can carry on the hardworking ethic already shown by the workforce.
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I want to work with your company as it is well reputed and it gives a chance for the employees to not only learn but enhance their skills..
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Team thats the key word its where I can thrive as a supervisor building a great team i.
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The warehouse operation is one operation I have been thinking about expanding for a few years now.
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I feel I have all the tools and training necessary to help this growing company to continue to make big strides and achieve growth for the company and myself.
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I can be a asset and get the product to the customer accurately and on time.
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I am very much enjoying the logistics field and I feel like that I can even progress more within logistics. maybe I could become an buyer sooner than later.
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I would like to be part of a winning team.
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To contribute to the success of the warehouse team.
14.
You are consistently rated as the best company to work for and I want to add my leadership qualities to continue to make this a great place to work.
15.
Thay work safe as one team and as a family.
Question 22 of 32
What was the most difficult employee situation you found yourself in? How did you overcome the problem?
User-Submitted Answers
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An irate customer not happy with a product and trying to return it. through the process something was worked out but I was paired up to assist him in finding the replacement. After not having the item stocked and checking for the customer with all the available methods, I had to inform him that we were un-able to fulfill his request at the time and he could either return to do the transaction once we re stocked the item, or process everything and have the item delivered once off backorder. The customer was obviously not pleased and wanted his item pulled out of thin air. No answer would please the man so the only way to handle the situation left was to calmly tell him that the two opotions given to him were all Best Buy policy would allow and that I unfortunately am unable to do more.
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Not following procedures. Discussed with the person first. Then emailed daily requirements to individual so could have evidence if went further. It did so there was a verbal warning, then note to file and ended up on a performance improvement plan.
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One of employees was conflicting with other and colleague who was prove his was wrong hi denied and was invite union to defend him but we have prove his wrong and I was facing disciplinary action.
4.
Getting into a heated argument with a subordinate. I stayed calm. Gave a few minutes to cool off and addressed the problem head on.
Question 23 of 32
What leadership roles have you had in the past?
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My leadership role involve in motivating the subordinate in order to achieve the predefined goal in a warehouse, to make sure there is no conflict and disappointment among people working under me.
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To be able to devise tasks among workers to get the overall goal achieved in the best possible manner, as well as contributing to the workload where possible.
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I was in a leadership position in the military for 15 years as well as a warehouse manager at my last place of employment for the last 7 years.
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Ive supervised many small crews in the field ive owned my own buisness for years and was president of my bowling leauge.
5.
Lead for eCommerce area trained 100+ people.
6.
Production Team leader Production Supervisor Dispatch Supervisor Logistic Team leader.
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Leading my direct reports on daily activities and expectations.
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I was the lead person in the operations team in IHS
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Military rank of E-8 Senior Master Sergeant, Director and Superintendent positons, section supervisor. Warehouse leadership roles are operations supervisor, regional training supervisor with emphasis on developing all levels of teams.
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Team leader in school camps, prefek.
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I have always worked my way up to leadership positions from the time I was 18 years old. I have been a team leader at a fast food restaurant, a supervisor for a department to a manager at 2 of my previous jobs.
12.
Strong, always followed with the SOP
13.
I have experience working as a Supervisor and a team leader. I have always held leadership positions in every organization I have being elected for example promoted to Leadership program with Alcoa, Inc., first Team Leader for Reynolds Metals Company, Inc. elected All-American Track and Field at Hampton University, Captain Track & Field and Basketball. I am very ambitious person.
14.
Restaurant supervisor. Payroll team leader step up team leader. Team leader.
15.
Spiritual leader, academy leader managerial leadership.
Question 24 of 32
What mistakes have you made while being a leader for a group in the past? How have you learned from them?
User-Submitted Answers
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I was too much concious for discrepancies in stock level.
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Letting my emotions get the best of me and showing the frustration to co-workers.I have learned that in order to keep a positive environment at work you need to display positive behaviour.
3.
Shared information that was borderline confidential and it used to push back on assignments and productivity.
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Letting my emotions get the better let my subordinates see my frustration.
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Delegating Trying to do everything myself I have learned I can not.
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Getting to close/attached to my team members makes it difficult to discipline them but I am improving and are getting better.
7.
While implementing new technology it has shown me that my way may not be the best. I am able to admit that and learn from it.
8.
Getting so involved in a production issue that I lost track of some of the other moving pieces. When these type issues come up the leads have the authority to act on my behalf to keep all aspects of the operation running successfully.
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Mistakes - problably not delegating enough... Doing things too much on my own at first... But realizing that delegating production flows more smoothly and gets done faster.
10.
I really don't recall any mistakes I have made as a leader but I would say that one is where I want to help employees who are falling behind in their work. I should really look at the way they are working and try to make them work in a more efficient manner and manage their time more effectively.
11.
Too much angry with my collegues when they are wrong, diplomatic should be .
12.
What I have learned from the mistake of completing my part of a group project is to always discuss it with the team and share your ideas before completion.
13.
Too much pressure on myself and toouch trust in others. I have learned to allocate the pressures more by being more organised therefor taking the pressure off.
14.
I did not handle the issue at the time well and made a poor choice in problem solving. I now take an extra moment to come up with a better solution and that is also based on experience.
Question 25 of 32
What does quality work mean to you?
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Performing your job excellently.
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Doing the right thing right!
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This means getting things right first time.
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Safe and efficient work done in a timely manner.
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Work without defects or errors.
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Work without defects.
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Which attract others attention, force them to appreciate.
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It means doing the job completely and accurately the way the customer wants it.
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, a measure of excellence or a state of being free from defects.
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Do your best and very productive accurate.
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Doing it right the first time.
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Giving 110% to everything I do, and realizing when I should ask for help.
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Quality work to be is about doing work to the require or set standard, which is very important when it comes to warehouse operations.
14.
At a minimum meeting the customers expectation, but quality work is not just meeting the expectation but exceeding the expectation by maximizing the correct procedures.
15.
Quality work means taking the time and effort to do something worthwhile, in this case.. Quality work means getting the job done right, efficiently, effectively, accurately, working smart, smooth,
Question 26 of 32
When have you negotiated a better deal with a vendor?
User-Submitted Answers
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Pallets changed vendors increased revenue 10 fold.
2.
In Care and Maintenance at the moment we fly in on a Tuesday which is our allotted freight day. Discussed with the PH Manager if there was an opportunity to change days of delivery that suits him and as Thursday was there non freight day we agreed on that day. Saved the delivery driver waiting up to 4 hours on site prior to getting unloaded.
3.
Pushing the damage warehouse sales.
Question 27 of 32
Tell me about a recent vendor dispute you have had, or a conflict you have had in your previous work. How did you handle the problem?
User-Submitted Answers
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Decrepancy with inbound product did the research and backup documentations, worked directly with there credit team.
2.
Payment of logistics PO's for certain services. Asked the vendor for his data including emails etc. And resolved. We didn't have certain emails approving services required so needed to increase monies to cover. Highlighted the need for all freight requests to come through supply and for freight provider not to undertake service unless approved by us.
Question 28 of 32
Where do you see your career in five years?
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Ultimately I want to work in the Law Enforcement feild, I also recognize that in order to do so I need a leadership role in order to do so. I feel this job you have offered me will give me the experience in the long run for this. 5 years from now I see myself working or being a longterm employee with a company that will let me demonstrate my leadership skills.
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I see myself as part of the Senior Management Team.
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Manager is my goal lofty goals perpetuate Discouragment one goal at a time keeps you moving.
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Moving up learning everything I can.
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Top level, making business decision for the logistics team.
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Hopefully with this company, growing along with them.
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Definitely continuing in the leadership path... I continually want to grow and change.. And I defintely dont see myself staying the same person.
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I would like to retire from this company. I would like to make a difference in the company whether in the warehouse or any other position or area of the company.
9.
Improvement . To be stronged a warehouse supervisor.
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I am seeking a position with a company where I have the opportunity for growth and where you are offer training for development. I desire and I am working towards becoming a Warehouse Manager.
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The next step I'm my career.
12.
With your organization and accomplishing my personal goals to benifit the company. I hope to grow with them along the way.
13.
Still at your company but moved up and successful.
14.
Superintendent at a mining company.
Question 29 of 32
Give us an example of an emergency situation that you faced. How did you handle it?
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Did not have a emergency situation.
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Operator injured/cut himself . I have assessed the situation and called the first aider to assist . I would have call the ambulance if the cut was to severe.
3.
Sales always has emergencies that I need to react to. I am able to get other teams together to deal with those situations.
4.
The internet lines to the region were cut taking our operations off line. We still had the requirement to run end of day and transfer the financial information to corporate. In order to complete our day I used the hot spot feature on my cell phone plan to allow us to access the company network remotely. This enabled us to finish running the end of day requirements and resulted in no impact to our customers.
5.
Example - someone from our team caught a mistake that a shipment was going to a different address than the customer specified.. We were able to call the UPS dispatch and guide us to drive out to hte truck that had our package.. Change the shipping address info, and send it on its way.
6.
Thick quick, face the reality and knowledge the evidence.
7.
There was a time when one of my employers faced the quitting of a manager in another country. I was asked to go fill in for him while they found a replacement and stay to train that person. I would be at least 30 days. I quickly accepted because I knew that my department couldn't function without me.
8.
A man over fatigue. Calling amblance .
9.
I had an emergency situation where an employee was injury. I had to ensure that this person had the medical care that he needed by quickly ensuring that the employee remain calm while EMTs performed. I also had to delegate duties to another team member to ensure operations continue their work.
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I had a colleague hurt her bac so immediately contacted a first aider closed the area she was working off. Stayed with her untill the paramedic arrived felt with as quickly and calm as possible.
11.
None that I can remember for now.
12.
I had a person in diabetic shock and he was driving very careless around the yard. I managed to stop him and get assitance with the help of security. I got some orange juice and provided assistance to the driver. He was eventually sent to the hospital for extended care.
13.
UPS having already picked up a package that a customer needed sent to a different location. I easily calmed the customer and figured the right information for interception The.
14.
Manager had a allergic reaction to a seafood cutting, took an over the counter medicine that was not having any effect I accessed that he was going into shock and had him taken to the hospital.
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A person rolled a cylinder onto a pallet and crushed his finger in the process. Called emergency and stayed with the member and kept a calm voice until medics arrived. Handed over to medics who took him to the doctor's. Cordoned work scene off with danger tape until investigation conducted and photo's were taken. Entered incident into Safety data management system.
Question 30 of 32
Have you ever been caught stealing, or better yet, have you ever stole anything?
User-Submitted Answers
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No, its not in my character.
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I havent stolen anything. If its not mine, its not mine to take.
3.
I guess everyone takes a pen or paper or little things like that. But other than that, NO. I have never stole from my employers or better yet, from anyone.
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No I have never stole anything nor been caught stealing at work or from anyone.
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Yeah I have, but its has never been something so serious.
6.
No. I have never been caught because I never stole anything.
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No, theft is unexceptable.
Question 31 of 32
What cost cutting measures have you enacted in the past? Which ones were the most successful?
User-Submitted Answers
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Reduction in supplies and costs, adding a sanitation staff member reduced the need for high paying associates, less wasted time. Improved cleanup.
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Doing weekly projects to make the place better I will try and use anything we have lying around ie. Racking or bunds etc.
3.
Saving money achieving more when expected.
Question 32 of 32
What do you already know about our warehouse, and our company?
User-Submitted Answers
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Good reputation of a large home grown company that has various departments and product.
2.
Use SAP and have 4 warehouse staff onsite. 250 odd site personnel and Leightons do the mobile side.

About Warehouse Supervisor

February 12th, 2017

A Warehouse Supervisor is responsible for the operations inside of a warehouse. This includes the movement of product as well as people management. Warehouses are used by a very large variety of businesses spanning multiple industries. These businesses can include retail goods, grocers, manufacturers, transportation companies and more.

Warehouse Supervisors should have strong organizational skills so they can be continually on top of the needs of the warehouse. A close eye must always be kept on the merchandise inside of the warehouse which takes keen attention to detail. A Warehouse Supervisor is responsible for many levels of staff including permanent, temporary and sometimes unionized employees. The ability to be a diplomatic, yet firm, leader is a must.

Technical skills of a Warehouse Supervisor should include strong knowledge of spreadsheet and tracking programs such as Excel. Warehouse information systems (WMS) are almost always used in warehouses. This type of software is used to track the day to day operations of a warehouse, calculating KPI's and assessing profitability risk factors such as loss prevention, damage, and overtime. Other systems utilized in a warehouse may be ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) systems.

A Warehouse Supervisor must be comfortable (and likely, certified) in the operation of a variety of forklifts and other warehouse machinery. The ability to troubleshoot this equipment is a bonus for any employer. Proper PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) must be worn inside any warehouse. This includes a hardhat, reflective vest, and steel toed work boots.

The role of a Warehouse Supervisor can be very physical as there is a significant amount of walking, lifting, pushing, and standing involved. Depending on the needs of the warehouse, a Warehouse Supervisor may have a variety of shift requirements. Some warehouses have full coverage schedules including a morning, afternoon and midnight shift. Depending on the Warehouse Supervisor's level of experience, and seniority, they may be required to begin their career as a midnight Warehouse Supervisor.

A Warehouse Supervisor should have some post-secondary education in Business Management, Operations, or Supply Chain. Some employers may be open to candidates who have a High School Diploma and multiple years experience in warehouse or manufacturing operations management.

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