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Random Little Victories That Make Working in Retail Worth It

  • Knowledgeable Customers on Random Little Victories That Make Working in Retail Worth It

    (#6) Knowledgeable Customers

    In retail you appreciate customers who do a bit of research themselves, or at least those who know that they’ve come to the right place for what they’re looking for. If they’re looking for a book, they know the ISBN. If they’re looking for a new phone, they know the exact model number. These are the kinds of customers that help retailer workers help them.
  • When Closing Is a Breeze on Random Little Victories That Make Working in Retail Worth It

    (#4) When Closing Is a Breeze

    It’s hard to say which is worse, a hectic shift or a slow shift. At least at the end of a slow shift, closing is pretty fast. Not as much recovery to do, there was more time to get all the projects done during the shift, everybody gets to go home sooner and happier.
  • When you avert a theft. on Random Little Victories That Make Working in Retail Worth It

    (#12) When you avert a theft.

    Most of the time in retail, customer theft isn’t a dramatic chase or confrontation. Most of the theft that occurs in retail is opportunistic. If you can sneak those headphones out without anyone knowing, what’s the harm? Tackling a customer you suspect might be smuggling something out isn’t a good idea, but if you offer to help, ask them questions, offer assistance if an alarm goes off, you can be satisfied knowing you subtly encouraged someone to make the right choice.
  • Employee Discounts on Random Little Victories That Make Working in Retail Worth It

    (#3) Employee Discounts

    If you’re lucky enough to work in a retail job selling something you like, you’ll certainly appreciate an employee discount. Especially if it stacks with a current sale. Whoever said it’s a poor merchant who consumes his own wares never lived to see the retail sector in the 21st century.
  • Customers Who Leave on Time on Random Little Victories That Make Working in Retail Worth It

    (#1) Customers Who Leave on Time

    Customers seem to never pay attention to the advance closing announcement and often treat the final closing announcement like a warning. But some nights you get customers who actually don't overstay their welcome.
  • Getting the Bills You Need on Random Little Victories That Make Working in Retail Worth It

    (#8) Getting the Bills You Need

    Tills are not infinite wells of bills and coins, and at some point during your shift, you’re going to run low. The manager always seems to be busy right when you need them, but meanwhile you don’t want to be out of singles when a customer needs them for change. But every once in awhile, a customer will buy an impulse Snickers or a magazine and pay with singles! Till refilled, crisis averted.

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Retail positions have become popular in recent years with the rapid development of the retail industry. Compared with most companies, it is relatively easy to apply for positions in retail companies, and the requirements for retail workers are relatively simple, but in fact there are many things that are more important than people realize. Retail employees have a higher salary than average wages and enjoy more employee benefits that people don’t know about. 

First-line supervisors and managers earn the highest salaries, so these positions require more work experience and training. The random tool lists 12 little benefits that make more people are willing to work in the retail industry, such as employee discounts,customer comments.

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