One of the most annoying things a customer can do is yell products at an employee like, “SOAP? PAPER TOWEL?? ORGANIC CAGE-FREE EGGS???”
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That, and assume a person is working at a supermarket because they didn’t go to college.
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Sundays at the supermarket are hell on earth.
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And going into work the week of a holiday is like preparing for battle.
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Unless it’s a higher-end grocery store, employees probably don’t get a discount.
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There’s more to the job than standing at a register — most employees are cross-trained in multiple departments.
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It’s impossible to memorize every produce code because there’s over a thousand of them.
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When employees “check the back,” they’re usually just pretending.
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Because sure, most products probably are in the back…stacked about 40 feet in the air, requiring a forklift that they’re not authorized to use.
Grocery store employees are surprisingly cliquey.
And the ones who have been there for a REALLY long time treat the younger kids like peasants.
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There’s always one person who has the hot goss about all the interdepartmental relationships.
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Fewer things are creepier than working an overnight shift.
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Cashiers ~usually~ don’t notice what customers are buying, and they definitely don’t care.
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The break room is a miserable place that reeks of the hot food bar and broken dreams.
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And that stench lingers even after leaving the store.
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Working at a supermarket usually involves standing for long periods of time, so skipping leg day isn’t a big deal.
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And even though they work in a place that sells food, employees are just as likely to never know what they want to eat.
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