Why is the cashier at Wegmans sitting at the check out?
The Wegmans’s cashier is sitting because they are at a handicap check-out. It is not for their benefit but rather that of the handicap customer who is lower. I agree if that check out works then why not do it for others. In Europe, at many of the grocery stores, the cashiers are sitting.
Is the grocery cashier supposed to stand at the checkstand?
A reader in Alexandria noticed that the American rule that grocery cashiers should stand does have the occasional exception, such as a cashier he saw sitting at the checkstand in the Wegmans near the Fairfax County Government Center.
Can a cash drawer come out at waist level?
The cash drawer does come out a waist level, but it’s very soft — and the good thing is, you can give a hip shimmy to knock it back in while you’re handing the customer his/her receipt & change. Standing at a register is less tiring on the body than wheeling cases of groceries around and stocking the shelves – but more tiring mentally.
Where do Aldi cashiers sit instead of stools?
The contrast between European markets, where cashiers usually sit, and American ones stood out to many readers. A Maryland man noted that the Aldi grocery chain, which is based in Europe, allows its American cashiers to sit on stools.
Can a shoplifter walk out of a store without paying?
Once you start to suspect that a customer may be about to shoplift, it is essential that you keep a watchful eye on them at all times, even if you have to follow them around the store. You must actually see the suspect select the merchandise and attempt to walk out without paying with your own two eyes.
Is it OK to chase a shoplifter in a shopping mall?
You should never attempt to chase a shoplifter who runs away, at least within the store or shopping mall. Two people running through crowded areas poses a risk to the safety of shoppers and store employees. Sometimes an exception can be made if the suspect runs into a parking lot or empty area, but it should go beyond the confines of the property.
Can a loss prevention agent Chase you out of a store?
Most of the big US chains have policies in place that prevent Loss Prevention agents from laying their hands on you (or chasing you, should you choose to run) or stopping you after you have left the store.