Me as a person I am willing to take any major opportunity that comes to me in life and run with it that can help me or teach me how to become a better person or something that can help me later on in life down the road. Also I am a very fast learner so that plays a big role on the way I learn new things. Being that I am able to learn and catch on to things very quickly I believe I will do great things in life.
As a register worker at Wawa they expect you to have good customer service. You want to make sure the customer leave with a smile on their face and make them feel like they want to come back to that Wawa. Expectations for a sales-floor worker at Wawa are to make sure all the Wawa sale products/coffee & fountain drink area are fully stocked, sanitizing the counters in the coffee/fountain drink area, refilling the trash cans around the store when needed. Overall as a sales-floor worker you want to make sure the store is well organized and clean for customers. A deli worker is expected to prepare the Wawa breakfast sandwiches, keep the deli clean/sanitized at all times after you are finish working, prepare food that the customers order and make it your best work to make the customers happy and want to come back, keep the food items fully stocked, heat the sandwiches rolls so when it runs out we can just grab a new tray of rolls, wash the dishes in the 3 bay sink. When washing dishes the reason why it's called a 3 bay sink is because it is divided into 3 sections. The first section is filled with soapy water and the dirty dishes are put into. You take each dish one by one and scrub the dish with a sponge. Once the dish is clean you move to the next section which is rinsing and you make sure to rinse all the soap off of the dish. Next when you are finish rinsing the dishes you move to the last section which is sanitation. This part of the sink is filled with water and sanitation solution and this is the last part of the sink. You put all the rinsed dishes into the sanitary water and leave it in there for a couple seconds. Finally you take each dish out of the sink and place it in its correct dry spot. Basically working at Wawa you are required to make sure the store is comfortable for the customer to shop at, get what they need, and making sure you greet the customers with respect for example telling them to “have a good day” when you are finished your service.
At Dollar tree I was just working as a register worker. The days that I was scheduled to work I would go in and first I would go to the register that I am required to work at for that day and clock in. Once I am clocked in I would turn the light on that has the number of the register I am working at on it to allow customers that I am now open to ring up their items. Once I ring the customer items up I tell them the amount that everything came up to. As a customer they are required to pay that exact amount. Some customers would pay for their items either with a card or cash. For example if the customer items come up to $15 even and they hand you a $20 you are expected to give them back the right amount of changes which will be $5. If there were ever a problem dealing with the register/money or a customer I would get a manger to help me. Any job dealing with customer service you want to make sure you do that your best because that is what the manger is looking for. If they see you doing everything you are suppose to do and even going out your way to prove to them that you know what you are doing that is how you move up to a higher position. Also working as a register worker or dealing with money period at any job you have to make sure to follow all the procedures as they are listed because it is important to give the customer the right amount of changes, make sure the customer pay the right amount, and if you are running low on bills or coins in your register you let a manager know and they will get the bills or coins that you need. At the end of my shift a manager will let me know to clock out and take the money into the office to count it. There is a certain amount you should have in your register at the end of your shift. If you are over or even under the limit of the amount you are suppose to have in your register the manager would have you recount the money because it could have been an error while counting the money the first time. Once the money is all counted the manager get the register ready for the next person that is scheduled to work. One thing I learned working as a cashier is that it is ok to go out your way to help a customer because that's what customer service is all about and like I said that is what the managers are looking for and by you showing you know what your doing without the manager having to approach you about it or teach you that's a big thing and that makes you look good as a person.
Working as a register worker at Quickchek you are required to have good customer service, follow all the procedures of being a register worker. As a sales-floor worker at Quickchek you are required to keep all the sale products/coffee area/ soup area fully stocked and cleaned at all times, refill trash cans when needed, and make sure everything is clean and organized in the store. A deli worker expectations are portioning certain food items, preparing breakfast for the next day if you work later in the day, complete each customer order, bake cookies and sort them in bags and label them, wash the dishes (Quickchek also has a 3 bay sink), keep all the items in the deli fully stocked, and keep the deli clean/sanitized. Since I worked at Quickchek before Wawa, once I was hired to work at Wawa it was easy for me to catch on to everything because everything was similar to Quickchek.
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