Where has the service gone? Do we really want to go in to a place of business and not be greeted? Are the employees really being paid so low that they do not care about their job or their customers? As consumers do we really not care anymore about the service we get when we walk into a place of business.It is sad that we have gotten so busy that we just walk in to a store get what we want and pay for it and then leave. We do not care if the cashier smiled or even said a word, as long as they are quick and we get out. What ever happened to hello or how are you? If a cashier asks, how you are, it is almost like they have wasted our time, we shrug them off and out the door we go.Retail stores now think they are giving better service with their self-check out lines. Not dealing with human beings is considered better service? Doing it all yourself is better service? With self-check out the customer has to scan their own merchandise they have to bag it themselves put the money in the machine, there is… Read full this story
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