How to Make a Walmart Cashier’s Life Easier

I hold a special place in my heart for my co-workers who are still sane even after years of working in retail.

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A reader writes to Consumerist and provides some tips on what NOT to do as you’re checking out at your local Wal-Mart:

1. Talking on your cell phone while checking out. Doing it until you get to me is fine, but when you reach us, please be polite and tell the person on the other end of the phone to either hang on, or that you’ll call them back. We don’t demand a lot from our customers, but respect IS one thing we would all like.

One other thing regarding this–regular customers aren’t the only ones doing this. Some of the other associates have also been guilty of it–and have even complained about the customers doing the same thing! I have also had a regular customer who has one of those ear pieces where she would carry on a conversation with the person on the other end the entire time…

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