I said I would tell someone in a higher position, such as a manager, instead of trying to interfere and deal with it myself.
After then, every time the bathroom is dirty, it's on me. I said yes only because it was my first job interview and didn't know how to say no.
Listen and be as polite as possible and figure out the best way to help them
Because they are relocated, thats why I am looking for a new job.
I would first try to handle the situation the best i could without him becoming upset. should this occur I would find the nearest manager and allow them and there trained expertise handle the situation.
Here you need to demonstrate your communication skills by sharing an example of any incident. The first thing you need to do is demonstrate the hallmarks of good communication: listen attentively, speak calmly and confidently, and engage with the interviewer, making eye contact and asking questions where appropriate. When preparing your answer for this type of communications skills question, bear in mind that the interviewer is most interested in the tools you use to deal with conflict.
I'll make sure to follow procedures to save time and product as well as learn the various positions of the store's operation to ensure that I become an asset to your restaurant.
If you are asked this question, you should consider it as another chance to portray your talents, experience and salient skills related to the role under question. Refer to those advantages and qualities that you have that make you the best candidate for this position. You can take the opportunity to speak about your positive personal traits, like dynamism, dedication and attention to details if you think these are important for the position.
yes, experience matters, not ages.
Patience, Quick-thinking, and Understanding