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How to: Be an AMAZING Cashier
How to: Be an AMAZING Cashier

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49 thoughts on “How to: Be an AMAZING Cashier | ปรับปรุงใหม่restaurant cashierเนื้อหาที่เกี่ยวข้อง

  1. husseymang says:

    If I did this the managers would complain I'm going to slow. When I go fast they complain I'm rushing them. I just give them 25% of my energy and call it a day

  2. Dark Eagle777777 says:

    God bless you, dude! I'm disturbed by all the hatred toward customers and ppl hating their jobs and to see you do this video is just awesome! You take pride in your job and you warm the hearts of your customers. I will pray you get a raise or greater blessings for all this. You are a great example, my friend!

  3. SitDownBeHumble says:

    I really try to be an amazing cashier but I get so emotionally exhausted. When so many people are rude and cold to you despite you acting super kind and fun, it breaks your spirit.
    Great video though, thank you:)

  4. DJMinor5000 says:

    I used to work in a grocery store. When giving back change, I would count the bills back one by one so the customer had confirmation they received the right amount back. Also, when the customer gives you their money, you place it on the till bar of the register until have finished counting back change to customer so that customer cannot try to trick you and say they gave you a $20 bill when they only gave you a $10 bill. After counting back change, you can place the bills in drawer.

  5. Long John Tibbers says:

    I have a lot of respect for shitty customer service; he's there, he's doing his job; he's working for minimum wage, of course he's miserable. Smiling while working a cash register is the mark of either a liar or a moron.

  6. Robert Kloth says:

    Don't ask the customer is that all, or anything else? It's dumb and makes the transaction longer for no reason.
    Once they order or whatever, then tell the total to move on. Don't ask them how their day is. Be a personal counselor elsewhere.

  7. Robert Kloth says:

    Don't be a boot licker. Especially if there is a line. Get 'em in and get 'em out. No need to be rude. But don't act like a customer is God. Don't ask questions to avoid unnecessary answers, like how is your day.
    Too many adults now will tell you their entire boring life.

  8. Calm Catalyst says:

    The comments just make me realize that you can't please everyone and that is completely okay!

    Some people, like myself, feel safe and welcome with the "good" example, others feel annoyed that he's talking too much or uncomfortable that he comes across as flirty. It's all about context and where the customers are coming from. I'm southern so being called hun, darlin', etc. is normal and a lot of older people use terms of endearment towards strangers cause it sounds more polite. But I noticed northerners find it weird and overly friendly.

    The reactions are going to be interesting and I am excited and nervous about those differences when I start working in fast food but I gotta remember that I can be myself even if the reactions are negative I just have to know when to adjust the energy I give off for the sake of myself (an introvert) and my customers.

  9. ᴊᴀᴀsɪᴍ ᴊɪғғʀʏ says:

    If you are worried about the machine, trust me It is the easiest part. I am 13 and I figured it out how to use it the first time I saw it lol.

  10. Andrea Devesa says:

    Been a cashier for 2 days now and I am so doooone with it. I already spent 2 months part -time 5 years ago and it was alright, a little less of a burden given that it was half the time. I try to be part 2 personality but I end up being like the first part of the video, blunt and burnt out. Ugly truth… although tbf i kinda oscillate between both , is that worse lol

  11. Paul Rivera says:

    Sorry, as bad as the first one was, the second one was kinda annoying. Someone who says "let me ask you something…" or "check this out they will call your name out over there" that is annoying. You must live in teenageville.

  12. Rachelle Goodwin says:

    You need to do a video for Retail Stores. I hate when customers stand their and stare Me. Insert Your card. I want to see my total… 😒🤔 rounded it off to the nearest dollar. Yd ou don't have $50 bucks in your checking account?

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