17 Assured Ways To Piss Off A Retail Employee
The employees speak the same language as the manager!
#16 Cashier: Do you want the receipt with you or in the bag?
#15 Calling the employees by their name
If you actually think you're being friendly, the truth is you're not. You're being creepy. Unless they volunteered their name, or you know them already, you're not on first name terms.
#14 When asked,"Do you work here?"
Why, no! I just wear this delightful uniform to pick up chicks!
#13 Stepping into the store when it's two minutes to closing time.
You can guarantee yourself some hateful looks turning up moments before everyone gets to go home. It's the same from a grocery store to a clothing outlet. Also if the place sells food and you order something enormous, bonus hate points.
#12 That one customer who thinks they know it all...
FYI, no one likes a know-it all.
#11 Would it kill you to tell the cashier you have change?!
After they've already rung through the $20 you just handed over for your $14.73 purchase.
#10 Getting angry over kind gestures
The employee is just doing their job, asking if you need any help. They're not asking how ugly you'd say your child is, on a scale of one to evil Disney queen. But since you brought it up…
#9 Letting your kids run riot
Retail employees don't get paid enough to look after your kids for you. If little Jimmy must 'express himself', he can do it at home. Not in somebody's workplace.
#8 Talking on phone when you are being served
If somebody answered their cellphone when you were helping them out... you would be fine with that, right?
#7 Unwanted physical touches
Everybody loves unwanted touching from strangers!
#6 Ignoring their Greetings
Just say hi back. They're not trying to make you buy something. Or here's a radical approach: say hello first!
#5 Asking them to check the store room
Even when they just told you that thing you're looking for is sold out.
#4 Be considerable when you hand them the money!
Please deposit into the cashier's outstretched hand, out of a purse or wallet. Not thrown onto the counter.
#3 Telling your entire life story
There's a difference between breezy chit-chat and telling the employees about your divorce and haemorrhoids.
#2 Saying you will never shop at their store again
If you've ever hit anyone with this old favorite, it really doesn't have the impact you think. If you're being that much of a jerk, it's probably what the employee wants.
#1 Being condescending about their job
Not many people end up in a retail job because they want to be. But everybody has a story, friend. Remember, nobody comes in to your place of work asking why you chose your job.
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