Calmly explain that the restrooms are not your problem.
Apologize to the customer and tell another waiter to take care of it.
Apologize and tell the customer you will take care of it right away.
Ask your manager to install hand dryers in the restrooms.
Ask a co-worker to throw away the broken toys.
Remove the broken toys and ask how you should dispose of them.
Tell your supervisor that the toys need to be fixed immediately.
Tell the toddlers that they should not use the broken toys.
Wait a week and bring up the issue in the next staff meeting.
Explain the error to your manager and ask her to add your name.
Do nothing and hope that your manager will correct the mistake.
Ask your co-workers why they think your name is not on the list.
Continue working despite the potential danger because it is important to keep the client happy.
Check with your supervisor to see if it is safe to work, and trust that he will keep you and the client informed of the situation.
Seek shelter from the cold and hope that the weather will clear up shortly, since weather forecasters are often wrong.
Tell your supervisor that it is too cold to work and your need to go home right away.
Practice speaking to a friend.
Find out if the workshop is helping.
Complete the workshop.
Find a workshop to take.
Keep quiet and assume that he is taking the extra samples to his friends.
Tell the customer that he is being selfish and doesn't need three samples.
Let him take the extra samples and tell the next person about the policy.
Explain your policy and ask that he take only one sample.
Check the copy machine each morning to make sure it has paper.
Tell your supervisor that Alex never refills the copy machine's paper.
Make all your copies after Alex leaves for the day.
Ask Alex to refill the copy machine if he uses all the paper.
Tell a co-worker who is certified to operate a forklift to help you move the pallets.
Tell Paul to drive the forklift slowly and carefully so he can avoid accidents.
Stop Paul and explain why it is unsafe for uncertified workers to operate forklifts.
Ask your supervisor to review the warehouse safety procedures at your next meeting.
Do nothing and hope that your manager catches your co-worker while she is looking up other jobs.
Meet with your co-workers to complain about the current salaries that you are earning.
Explain to your co-worker that she could get in trouble for using her work phone and computer to apply for other jobs.
Tell your co-worker that she should be happy with her current salary and not complain.
Explain that you are closing, but the customer can make a quick purchase if she knows what she wants to buy.
Recommend that the customer come back at 8:00am when the gift shop reopens.
Suggest that the customer look for a gift at another gift shop that is open later.
Let the customer come in and shop while you close and balance out the cash register.
Bring in a radio and play it really loud so your co-worker knows how annoying it is.
Suggest that your co-worker use heaadphones when she listens to the radio at work.
Complain about tthe music to your other co-workers and see if they have any ideas.
Tell you co-worker that she is being inconsiderate and to stop playing the music.
Suggest that Roberto look for a second job.
Ask Roberto to fill in for employees who need their shifts covered.
Have Roberto convince the other employees to give up some hours.
Give Roberto the extra shifts he needs until he pays off the expenses.
As you redo the work, show the new co-worker how to measure correctly.
Tell your new co-worker to be careful when he is cutting material.
Complain to your friends about the new co-worker's mistake?
Tell the new co-worker that he messed up and better not do it again.
Call your supervisor and complain that the administrative assistant is not doing his job.
Calmly explain that you do not mind making copies, but his requests this week have been excessive.
Tell the administrative assistant that he needs to get his act together and then hang up the phone.
Make extra copies of the agends for all the meetings just in case the administrative assistant forgets.
Tell the customer to pay with a different type of credit card.
Ignore the customer and clock out for the day.
Ask the cashiers if their card readers have been having problems.
Tell the customer that you will go get a supervisor who can help her.
Take a long break because there is nothing to do.
Wait patiently until the manager gives you a task.
Begin clearing tables and preparing for the midday rush.
Look busy even though you don't know what you should be doing.
Wait until fifteen minutes before the customer is expected to arrive before GETTING THE CAR READY.
Thoroughly prepare the car well before the customer arrives.
Decide not to prepare the car because there are other cars in the lot that the customer could rent.
Clan and inspect the car quickly so that you can leave for lunch.
Tell the family that your co-worker is always messing up, and now there's nothing you can do to help them.
Assign the family a room, even though it doesn't compare to the room they had reserved.
Get your co-worker to resolve the proble, since she was the one who created the problem in the first place.
Pologize for the error and work with the family to find a suitable, available room.
Shout back at the customer.
Leave your station.
Request a supervisor.
Quit your job.
Talk to your supervisor to see if a mistake was made.
Complain to your co-workers that it is unfair.
Confront your supervisor and demand a new computer.
Take a co-worker's computer and printer.
Send someone into the restroom so Sarah has somebody to talk with.
Continue the trainng with the rest of the employees and fill Sarah in later.
Contact Sarah's supervisor to discuss her behavior during training.
Talk with Sarah when she is calm, and ask her if something was said that upset her.
Ask a more experienced co-worker to saw the tiles for you.
Complete the task as your boss has requeste and risk breaking the tile saw or injuring yourself.
Ask a more expierenced co-worker to watch as you get started.
Explain to your boss that you are still getting used to the saw and ask that he assign the task to somebody else.
Ask a co-workers what kinds of goals they set and then choose the best their goals.
Set goals that will be easy to complete quickly so you can impress your supervisor.
Ask your supervisor to suggest a few learning goals and then choose from those.
Set goals based on the tips that your supervisor offered on how you might improve.
Ask the head receptionist for a quick review before she leaves.
Do the best you can with what you remember from the training.
Ask a co-worker to schedule any appointments for you.
Look for any notes you may hvae taken from the training.
Attend a training session offered by the company.
Ask your supervisor to show you how to use the machine.
Watch a video about how to work the machine.
Observe a co-worker using the machine and take notes.
Ask your supervisor to tell you which products will be on the test.
Take the test and use your best judgement when choosing answers.
Read and study any materials your company provides.
Ask your co-workers to tell you about the product in the catalog.
Keep an eye on the company bulletin board for training opportunities.
Don't ask about training and just learn what you can on the job.
See what you can find out about the tools from your co-workers.
Ask your boss if the company offers any training courses.