Situation Evauation

Situation Evauation

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A customer is not happy with your service even though the job was completed properly.  It turns out to be a customer error.  How would you handle a customer who blames you for his mistake?
You are a team leader. What would you do if the work of one of your subordinate team members was not up to expectations?
You have reason to believe that a co-worker is preparing to divulge company secrets to a rival corporation. These secrets have the potential to damage the company. How would you deal with this situation?
You have been assigned a major project. Halfway through the project you realize a mistake requires you to start over. How do you handle the situation while attempting to make the deadline?
You are serving a customer who is looking to buy a new television set. He shows interest in one of the more expensive options currently on sale. The customer announces he needs more time to decide and will return to the store later in the week. However, the sale he wants to take advantage of ends tomorrow. How would you respond?
You are working on a project with a tight deadline. You are unable to complete your section because supervisors and co-workers are unavailable to answer a few key questions. How do you deal with the situation?

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