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By fuckedbyretail - / Saturday 2 February 2013 14:53 / United States - Charlotte
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Wow. Every retail job I've ever had had a policy stating if someone were to pay with only coins, they had to be rolled. It gave people the opportunity to short the store a few pennies, but that was on the management.

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Wow. Every retail job I've ever had had a policy stating if someone were to pay with only coins, they had to be rolled. It gave people the opportunity to short the store a few pennies, but that was on the management.

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It depends on the store and the personnel the store has. You can have the strictest of rules, such as no rolled coins and no change over $2, but the associate who is in the thick of the transaction can also make that call. With that in mind, I've counted over $50 in unrolled change for a single customer. Retail management (most of us anyway) love change. It keeps our drawers stocked.

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Tell me about it. I've worked in retail my whole life and everyone always asks why I hate people and hate Christmas. WE'RE the ones that see the TRUE Christmas spirit in everyone. Acting nice when they're really assholes. We put up with the shit and I am not a people person.

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I also work retail, I've had credit cards to fruit and veg thrown at me not to mention the verbal abuse we often cop just for doing our jobs! People always say treat other as you wish to be treated but that is a two way street, it is hard to continue to be nice to someone while they are yelling at you for no reason. It is definitely the job that ruins people.

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Every time I have to deal with retail workers I always pay by card. If I try to pay by cash I always end up with the 6th grade drop out that can't count 37 cents for my change, or the trainee that needs the manager to open the till, who is conveniently always on break. Self checkout is one of my favorite modern inventions.

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#37 Sometimes you can't help thr jov you get. If you need money you have to.do what you have to do...If everyone waited for their perfect dream job that fitting everything they wanted...sadly no one would be getting jobs. I don't want a job in retail but where I live you dont really have a choice even if you go to college...it sucks believe me :/

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