Re: creepy encounters with cashiers
Mr Awe wrote:
Then why should it matter to the customer if the assistant doesn't give them their full attention? Customers expect quite rightly that the person assisting them gives them their full attention. It's not unreasonable that the asssitant would expect the same curtesy.
Perhaps you don't understand the concept of being employed to do a job, versus that of being a customer somebody is employed to serve?
, I'm truly surprised by this. Certainly we're all people who are equally worthy of respect and attention in such a transaction? Usually you've got a good take on things IMO, but not this time.
A cashier is not just a computer there to serve your superiorness.
Christ, you'd think he shot your dog or something. Get a little perspective here.
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