One needs to research as much as possible about the company, use the internet...
You need to know the difference between hiking and camping. Do your research on the in house products they keep and sell, from your K-way to your leasure wear. If you get a question like, "what are the 5 things you would take when hiking?" You should answer that simple and quick because you would have done your research prior.
Lastly, Goodluck to who ever is going for an interview. I hope my passage was of assistance to you in attaining that job.
16 years retail experience
I have attention to detail, good interpersonal and communication skills, good planning and organising skills. I have flair for visual merchandise
I can be in both operational and admin duties
People,Professionalism, Performance and Intergrity are my key points
I value diversity
What experiences do you have?
What makes you ideal for the position?
Answered - Sales Assistant/Cashier (Former Employee) - Johannesburg, Gauteng
Go with a positive mindset. Relax. Listen to the questions and answer accordingly. Present yourself to give a good appearance. Ask questions about the company. Show them that you are willing to strive to do your best and to learn more and more. To always be professional in what you do and to achieve alot
Answered - Sales Assistant and Cashier (Former Employee) - Paarl, Western Cape
You should know your calculation very well and be sure of the company also research is good so that you answer on behalf of things you know and if you are an adventure person like me you are at the right place
Answered - Sales Assistant (Former Employee) - Cape Town, Western Cape