Cleaner Pre-qualification Test CMOS
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Below, you will find 8 different situation you are likely to encounter while cleaning for CMOS. Please read every situation carefully, and choose what you personally would do in that situation.
It's 6 pm and you are on your way to a site you need to clean before 10 pm when you get a call that your partner had an accident and is in the hospital. What do you do?
Go to the hospital and hope your supervisor will notice you couldn't make it.
Find a spot to park, call your supervisor to tell them you can't work that evening, and then go to the hospital.
Go to the hospital, and, while driving, call your supervisor to let them know you are not able to work that night.
Go to the hospital, and text your supervisor that you are off for the evening once you get there.
Today at 10 am you have an appointment with your account manager to discuss a new site you're going to clean. However, you had lots of work yesterday night, and only woke up at 9.30am. You know you won't be able to make it in time. What do you do?
You jump in your car and at the next light text your account manager that you are on your way, but you'll half an hour late.
You call your account manager and ask to explain it to you on the phone, as you won't make it in time.
You call your account manager to see if you can still come, or if you should reschedule.
You jump into your car and try to make it as fast as possible. You don't text your account manager, as this would only make you later.
You are at home, and it's a couple of hours before you normally start working. You see that you had a few missed calls from your supervisor. What do you do?
Because you are out of credit, you send them a text asking them to call you.
You call them back when you see the missed calls and explain why you weren't able to pick up earlier.
You call them back when you see the missed calls and ask why they called.
You want to keep work and live separately, so. you'll call them back once you've started working.
You get to a site you regularly clean and see that there has been a function you didn't know about. However, you don't have time to clean up all of it and do your regular tasks thoroughly, as you have to pick up your kids in an hour. What do you do?
You call your supervisor to tell them that there has been a function and tell them that this site always has issues like this, and you don't want to clean it anymore. You then leave to pick up your kids.
You do your usual tasks thoroughly, but don't do any cleaning in the function room as it was not on your specification sheet, and you didn't get a ticket about it. After you're done, you leave to pick up your kids.
You tidy up the function room as good as possible within your limited time and very quickly go over your usual tasks. You then leave in time to pick up your kids.
You call your supervisor to inform them that there has been a function, but you won't be able to clean it, and then thoroughly do your usual tasks. After you're done you leave in time to pick up your kids.
You've just started cleaning a new site, and you've received a ticket from your account manager that the client is really specific about where you put away the dishes. What do you do?
You put the dishes away, double check with your ticket, and call your account manager to confirm with them that you did it right.
You put the dishes away where you think they should go, and then move on to the next task.
You don't put the dishes away, as you don't want to do it wrong, and you know your supervisor will be able to do it correctly when they check the site.
You put the dishes away where you think they should go, and then double check the ticket you have to make sure you've done that right.
You and a colleague normally each clean a level of a site. However, your colleague is sick, and you've been asked to replace them last minute. What do you do?
You do a quick vacuuming and empty the bins and leave the rest of the job for your colleague for when they'll be back tomorrow.
You start cleaning, and then call your supervisor and ask them to come and help you, because you don't know what to do.
You assume both floors have the same specifications, so you do what you would normally do.
You ask your supervisor for a specification sheet before you go to the site, so you can be sure to do the right thing.
Tonight, you start cleaning a new site, but your supervisor wasn't able to show you around the previous evening as he was sick. You did get a sheet with all the specifications of that site. What do you do?
You call him a few hours before you need to start working to say you can't clean a site if you didn't get a tour before, as you don't want to do anything wrong.
You read the specifications and follow them as good as you can.
You read the specifications and follow them as good as you can. While cleaning, you call your supervisor a few times to ask some clarification.
You call your supervisor and ask him to take you through what you need to do, and then clean the site.
You are cleaning one of your regular sites and have thoroughly finished all your regular tasks half an hour before time. What do you do?
You hang around until your time is over, and snoop through people's desks.
You go home, knowing the client will be happy.
While vacuuming, you saw some desks were getting quite dirty, so you wipe them even if it wasn't on your list for that evening.
You do a last round of the entire site to make sure you didn't miss anything.
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