grocery game monthly challenge

What if the customer ahead of you was short cash?:The Grocery Game Challenge #4 Mar 24-30,2014

WOULD YOU PAY FOR THEM?   The last thing you want to have happen while paying for your groceries is that you are short cash. Not everyone has a credit card to pay for groceries to pick up the perks nor do they care to use a debit card to pay transaction fees where applicable. In fact many people use a cash envelope system to budget their expenses and the grocery budget is included. This means that they carry only a certain amount of money with them when they go grocery shopping. Most times they keep this money in an envelope or a separate area. If you are someone who only carries cash while grocery shopping being short  cash at the check-out can be embarrassing for some and for others they simply wave it off as no big deal. Deep inside though we wish we didn’t have to put items back once they are already scanned through. Having enough money to pay for whatever we need at the grocery store is important but not everyone is that fortunate. Planning a grocery shop using the sale flyers, coupons and other savings avenues such as Checkout51, Cart Smart and Snap Saves is […]

grocery game monthly challenge

The grocery game challenge Aug 19-25 #3, 2013- The role of the cashier

Excellent Customer Service Is Part Of The Job The job of a cashier can be a busy one depending on where you work but in a grocery store a cashier is on the go all the time. Working in customer services has its advantages and disadvantages and one thing I would like about it is that you get to interact with the people. If you are an extrovert like me then you enjoy chatting to people and making them smile. Even though the job of a cashier can get frustrating at times especially when you have customers who take out their daily frustrations on you the only thing you can do is 1. smile or 2 get frustrated. When I pull my grocery cart up to the grocery store checkout the first thing I do is make contact with the cashier whether male or female. Grocery store checkout line It’s important for me to acknowledge the cashier from the start. It’s like building rapport before you even say hello. I learned most of what I will tell you today in leadership training because being a leader doesn’t necessarily mean you have to lead a team. You can lead someone by […]

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