Supermarkets -Weighing The Pros And Cons-
I know that time and again letters have appeared about supermarkets. But I am entitled to write about my experiences with supermarkets and their staff.
It is a sad fact that some of us have to beg and plead that our vegetables be weighed. At most times, there is no one in the section where the weighing scale is. If there is someone, then we have to stand in the long line till all cartloads are weighed. Why cannot supermarkets have two weighing scales and two people standing behind those scales without engaging in activities as choosing beans and mopping floors.
The other woe of the public is the checking-out counter where customers have to stand patiently and wait for the lady to punch in the prices and then turn around and put all the goods into bags.
Now my question is, why on earth cannot they have someone to put all the stuff into bags. Do they realise how much of the customers’ time they are wasting by making them standing in line till they finish the punchingof prices and arranging the shopped goods in bags.
I just cannot bring myself to understand why supermarket big wigs cannot think of the customer when they decide to load both duties on the casher – that of pricing and packing of the purchased goods.
On a complimentary note, I must say that the fresh vegetables in the supermarkets and the ability for customers to choose what they want, have made these shopping places much appreciated.