As of February 2018, for an overnight stocker position, I was asked about 90% scenario questions. For example, I was asked "If you were to lead a project, how would you go about this?". Also, "If a customer was irate how or what would you do to help?". Or, "If a customer were to have a question about an item you're not particularly read up on, how or what would you do to help them?".
So, prepare for those sorts of questions. Additionally, know the basics "What can provide our company that others cannot?", "What are your weaknesses?", etc.
Still the funniest and silliest question I've ever been asked in an interview. "How would you do a project?" No setup to this question. Just hit point blank with it. Didn't like when I asked for a project they had in mind or an example. A "project" could be so many different things. Amazing!
Recent interest along with your future goals ad wellas
They set up many scenarios you had to work through
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What skills made me right for the job. What did diversity mean for me and how could I help make the company better.
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Why do you want to work at wegmans?
how would you make wegmans a better company to work for?
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Recent interest along with your future goals as wellas what you can contribute to the company.
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