What do you say when interviewing for a supervisor position?
You should say things that will make it clear you will be a good supervisor. :-) Seriously, you will need to show the interviewer than you understand the company, the industry, and what the job requires; that you are able to manage employees; that you can handle the administrative or operational tasks that will be required; that you are mature enough to shoulder the important responsibilities, etc.
This question should be answered as honestly as possible as it relates to the business you are interviewing for. Typically, employers want to see people who are motivated, so if you are interviewing for a sales position, a good answer would be, "I would like to move into a sales management position". Or if you are in a technical field, you could say, as I do "I would like to stay technical", or move into R&D.
You can not nominate a supervisor for the position of a Premier Answerer because you can't be a PA and a supervisor at the same time. Supervisors are only able to nominate regular users for either the position of a PA or supervisor. PAs do not get any additional tools like a supervisor does and it is just a badge to show that you have made a lot of great answers to the site.
When interviewing for a retail position how do you answer 'What three important things do you have to say when dealing with a customer'?
In a job interview be prepared to answer questions that relate to the job being sought. If seeking a position as a supervisor, be prepared to give reasons why the positions is being applied for. Knowing why will give the interviewer a better understanding of the person being interviewed, and if the person is right for the position.
Yes, ZMS stands for Zone Merchandising Supervisor. The position is middle-management over Department Managers and is the highest hourly position within store level operations. A Zone Merchandise Supervisor is above a Merchandise Supervisor. The ZMS is above the entire zone, or area, or department. The ZMS is directly below an assistant manager, and the MS is below the ZMS.
There is no difference between these words, they mean the same thing. Some people however, may think that a Supervisor is a slightly more superior Job title, some may think that a Foreman reflects a Blue Collar position, whereas a Supervisor suggests a White Collar position. In the end it is just a title given by the Human Resources Department.