grocery game monthly challenge

How Thieves Scam The Self-Checkout System : The Grocery Game Challenge 2017 #2 Sept 11-17

IT’S NOT WORTH CHEATING THE AUTOMATED CASHIER   Should customer service workers worry about shifts in the job market with more stores introducing self-checkout systems? I’d believe so because the more we automate the less we will need human interaction although there will always be customers who pass on technology for a traditional checkout with a cashier. Will self-checkout systems replace jobs as technology moves forward and the crunch of cost-cutting and increased minimum wage blanket consumers and retailers? Possibly and we’re seeing self-checkout systems pop up just about everywhere. Questions upon questions which can only be answered as time goes on and not only from the customer and employee perspective but also the companies that introduce the self-checkout system. If keeping costs lower is the name of the game for a company they most likely would do it especially if that means lowered costs to the consumer. Most often this is just a dream but noteworthy. Stores with the self-checkout system seem to be on the rise in Canada with Walmart, Home Depot and just about every grocery store following suit. With the rise in minimum wage topping $15 in Ontario we are hearing more shops are aiming to […]

grocery game monthly challenge

The Grocery Game Challenge #2 Nov 11-17, 2013: International grocery store shopping

GOURMET FOOD IN YOUR KITCHEN   The traditional grocery store is getting so big these days and it’s because they are trying to incorporate everything from convenience food, health foods, in-store bakery, deli, fish counter, fresh produce to health and beauty as well as international foods from around the world. Add in the electronics, house and home, clothing etc and you have one huge store to shop in.   Grocery store app   Don’t laugh but I think that some grocery stores given the size they are now should have a grocery store aisle map available to the customer as soon as they walk in the store just to tell them where everything is. Just look at how big the Real Canadian Superstore is now and immediately upon entering you think about how you will travel around to do your shopping. Granted though many stores have giant visible grocery store aisle signs that are hard to miss and easy to find what you need. I think the grocery store aisle map is a brilliant idea though because it helps the customer to solve a grocery related question without having to find a staff member to do the same. You know […]

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