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    I would go number 3. Spent the last 8 years managing big box retail for a number of companies and that's what we would have looked for. That's why so many of the companies are big on people greeters and things.

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    Default Anyone work at Woolworths?

    I worked for Woollies for 8 years and can guarantee the answer is 3

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~BEXTER~ View Post
    I'm applying for a job at wollies, this is one of their questions.

    You see a customer from the ‘corner of your eye’ try and conceal a product into their pocket which you believe they do not intend to pay for. Do you:

    Follow the customer around the store and see if they intend to pay for the goods

    Ignore the situation, as you may be falsely accusing an innocent customer

    Approach the customer and ask if you can be of any assistance to them

    Alert someone else to advise a supervisor as you continue to watch the customer before some back up comes to assist you

    I'm not sure if it's the 3rd or 4th?
    I want to say 3rd as I'd like to do the job myself, but is it a supervisor role?
    I've worked at both Coles and Woolworths and it's number 3. As PPs have said.. it freaks them out and they worry that they've been caught so will often put the item back and leave or pay for the item.


 

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