Took my girlfriend to dinner one night. She ordered a steak and I ordered a salad. When server brought the meals he placed the steak in front of me and the salad in front of her. We quietly switched them.
Clean the cages. Andy is good at shoveling schitt.
Callmemeg you can still pull it off
As you get older you will find them last word is the biggest challenge. Just saying
You know secretly, down deep, I think people want to admire Andy. He goes through life totally oblivious to his surroundings. What people think doesn’t affect him. What society expects doesn’t affect him. He has modest needs and gets them provided. And, in the end he will be buried in the same ground as the most famous lord of the land. He’s really got life figured out. In the end it just don’t matter.
That gag was old when I was young
Micromos they were taught. Thoroughly and completely. Training reinforced twice with the warnings. You got to cut your losses at some point. If employees completely understand the consequences of their actions, both good and bad, they will perform to that level. If there are no consequences then they will perform down to that level. I had one store with 4 million in annual sales with less than $50 shortage for the year. I also had a longevity amoung part time workers (mostly students) average about 2 years and full time, at one store of over 10 years. Employees like knowing what to expect and hate surprises.
It’s like a weeble, it wobbles but won’t fall down…
Most self self service machine can split. Just make sure you enter cash first UNLESS you want to enter even amount on your card and want change back from your cash. In which case enter card first. Some folks only want even amounts on their card.
Was a retail manager for 30 years and cannot for the life of me figure out what you were trying to accomplish. 18 cents makes no logic for your bill except an attempt to confuse the cashier into making a mistake. There are people who do just that and are called change artist. I warned my cashiers to close the drawer and call for a manager if confused. My cashiers were allowed $1 plus or minus on any given day. 2 times in a ninety day period earned a written reprimand. 3 times was dismissal. So go ahead and confuse the cashier for amusement but don’t think it does not have serious consequences.