Many Grocery store chains have ended the self check out experiment.<quoted text>Cash payers can participate in WalMarts self pay lanes as well as those at Lowes, Home Depot and elsewhere.
Flack said that a single WalMart employee could oversee 14 self checkout lanes and that is total bullsht. He wasn't exaggerating but talking out his azz__lying.
He doesn't need to lie__people here mostly like Flack.
Losses are far higher in self check out than in employee check out.
It's been proven.
What WalMart saves in check out clerks they will pay for in loss prevention personnel, stopping every customer at the door to verify they paid for everything in their basket.
Most WalMarts are located in poor neighborhoods, their clientele is largely poor and lower middle class people like Flake And Nobraina.
Nobraina considers WalMart to be upscale. Compared to the free food he stands in line for, he's likely right.
Stores are increasingly adding self checkouts, which can make it more convenient for many people to shop and steal.
Walmart and CVS are among the chains adding self-scanning lanes. But at least two grocery chains Albertson's and New England-based Big Y have abandoned their self service moves. Both cited customer service as the reason, although Big Y says shoplifting played into the decision.
Theft intentional or not is up to five times higher with self checkout than when cashiers are working, says Malay Kundu, founder of Stoplift Checkout Vision Systems, which sells store video analytic software.
Kundu's company has seen people scanning their Starbucks as bananas, leaving their items in the cart or reusable bag instead of scanning them and overloading the bagging area so that un-scanned merchandise can be piled on without being sensed.
I don't know why you bother with Flake and Nobraina. The former is a brain dead truck driver, the latter a sociopath.