posted on Aug, 5 2009 @ 04:57 AM
reply to post by PontiacWarrior
I have seen a questionaire like this when I helped a friend with no computer skills fill out an application for Wal-Mart.
The questions seem odd, but I think it helps places like stores figure out where the applicant would best be placed.
For example, they might want to put a person who is anti social in the back working in the stock room rather than at a cash register or behind a
counter dealing with customers.
They may want to put a person who says they wouldn't turn a friend in for stealing in an area that does not allow them access to cash or credit card
The questions are worded differently a few times to check for honesty in replies.
While they don't admitt to this, I am sure that these companies are looking for answers from people that indicate if a person has a chance of
becoming postal on the job.
They are psychological questions, and are relevant whether you believe so or not.