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CantThinkOfaUsername
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Hi. On an application form for a supermarket, it says 'Do you have any quality commitments?'
Does anyone know what it means?
I've asked a few people. Some thought it meant 'do you strive to produce work of a good quality?' , some thought it meant 'do you commit yourself to family/school/religion?' and some thought it meant like, if you're jewish, you can't work saturdays etc. Really confused!
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I would say it means commitments such as family, etc. Depends where on the application form that it is. I'm presuming it's round about availability for work/personal details?
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It's on a separate page from the availabilty for work/personal details parts. It's at the bottom of a page asking about sports, hobbies, positions held in social clubs, and computer experience.
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