LOL this was awesome...
It seems that the present management forgot the golden rule - the customer is the king/queen and the customer is always right.
Wally`s world is a trip - because one bad employee with bad attitude.
The majority of whom I talk to ~ feels underpaid and they have bad hours. And they can only be part-time.
It pays to be nice but it just plain ridilicous to be rude to a customer.
I do understand Wallyworld can squeeze an extra dollar out of a penny but dang come on now.
As for them self service check out - I only use cash for them and for a few items that I need in emergency. Because most wallyworld are open 24 hours. I dont know of any wallyworld close after 9 pm lol
Target is nice but it doesnt have that shop for everything under one roof concept.
Home Depot is so and so - actually I like Lowes because the new stores that is in my area is very top of the line.
Best Buy - man these salespeople be sweating if you want the ESP as if it was the fountain of youth! I think they have a future in being a car salemen.
Wouldnt you believe that some cashier try to push a ESP on a freaking CD?
ESP stands for Extended Service Plan.
I was like whatcha say? He was calm and cool about it - I said man this isnt a cd player or a big ticket item. He said it best buy`s policy to sell the ESP on all items. And I said and it the law to accept merchandise that wasnt open in a certain time frame. And if it was defective i would have to get an exchange.
But I was like wow!
I do my food shopping at Publix - because the manager and staff who works there takes pride in their work and try to remember people name. Always greeting people with a smile and always helpful. Plus you can see your checkout in realtime to make sure there wasnt no price discrepancy.
But in short, Employees need to stop acting like they dont want to be their and be happy. Changes doesnt occur overnight but as hard they work, I do feel they should make more money but attitude is only allow that to happen
I gotta check out traders joe they finally open one in GA - after haggling with the state over the wine. GA got some strange wine laws.