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Disgruntled customer

Saint Charles, IL

#1 Mar 1, 2013
Why does Walmart have 19 check lanes and 4 self checkout and only have 2 lanes open plus the self check lanes open during the day. Other stores make sure customers are treated with a little better service. I would ask the manager but he is not people friendly.
1st shift

La Grange, IL

#2 Mar 1, 2013
Disgruntled customer wrote:
Why does Walmart have 19 check lanes and 4 self checkout and only have 2 lanes open plus the self check lanes open during the day. Other stores make sure customers are treated with a little better service. I would ask the manager but he is not people friendly.
Who cares.....he keeps hiring eye candy that I get to look at.
Rubber band man

Franklin, IN

#3 Mar 1, 2013
The management no longer has control of schedules or where to put people. All decisions based on the come from Bentonville. Call 1-800-Walmart, your complaint will go farther.
Paying Half Attention

United States

#4 Mar 1, 2013
Disgruntled customer wrote:
Why does Walmart have 19 check lanes and 4 self checkout and only have 2 lanes open plus the self check lanes open during the day. Other stores make sure customers are treated with a little better service. I would ask the manager but he is not people friendly.
I always thought it was a register in use percentage. You would see the registers closed if there was not enough customers. The register while 'open' would have to actually be doing business so much percent of the hour or shift.
LongLine

Francesville, IN

#5 Mar 2, 2013
Do you need your mommie to hold your hand ? There is Self Checkout available for those who are not too dumb and lazy to use them . Oh wait this is Cornersfill .Good Luck .
Chad

Connersville, IN

#6 Mar 2, 2013
LongLine wrote:
Do you need your mommie to hold your hand ? There is Self Checkout available for those who are not too dumb and lazy to use them . Oh wait this is Cornersfill .Good Luck .
"Connersfill"? Never heard that one before. I've heard of Connertucky before but not Connersfill. What is Connersfill supposed to mean?
Star child

Connersville, IN

#7 Mar 2, 2013
WTF percentage's .. More then three people in line open another register. Common sense...
Paying Half Attention wrote:
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I always thought it was a register in use percentage. You would see the registers closed if there was not enough customers. The register while 'open' would have to actually be doing business so much percent of the hour or shift.
Paying Half Attention

United States

#8 Mar 2, 2013
Star child wrote:
WTF percentage's .. More then three people in line open another register. Common sense...
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I agree from a customers point of view. It is common sense. From a business point of view, one would not pay someone for 8 hours on the chance that a fourth person would be in line only once in that 8 hours.
Star child

Connersville, IN

#9 Mar 2, 2013
WTF!! You cross train your floor employees for the registers,, when you need help you page them up to help out...Common sense...of course you don't pay someone to stand there all day.. from a business point of view..
Paying Half Attention wrote:
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I agree from a customers point of view. It is common sense. From a business point of view, one would not pay someone for 8 hours on the chance that a fourth person would be in line only once in that 8 hours.
Paying Half Attention

United States

#10 Mar 2, 2013
A Walmart employee? lol Now thats funny.
Tina

Mason, OH

#11 Mar 2, 2013
Paying Half Attention wrote:
A Walmart employee? lol Now thats funny.
Does anyone know if the cashier Julie Goldschmidt the has a man?I'd like to hit it... I have a huge one...
Paying Half Attention

United States

#12 Mar 2, 2013
Tina wrote:
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Does anyone know if the cashier Julie Goldschmidt the has a man?I'd like to hit it... I have a huge one...
Tina, you have a huge what?

Crossdresses are on the end caps.
DICK

Mason, OH

#13 Mar 2, 2013
Paying Half Attention wrote:
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Tina, you have a huge what?
Crossdresses are on the end caps.
I would love to do Julie G doggy style. Sheis aa hottie
LongLine

Francesville, IN

#14 Mar 4, 2013
Corners fill . You know , the stuff that gets shoved into a corner that the vacuum and broom won't remove .
DDC

United States

#15 Mar 4, 2013
Hope everyone got stocked up today. Maybe able to get out before the snow starts. Worst comes to worse, I will dig out that 'what was I thinking can' that is in the cabinet. Be careful walking the path to the store.
I wasn't in town today. Stopped at Kroger, wow. Those remodeled stores have everything. I almost bought a bottle of wine to have with my lunch there. That would have been something.
MiserMart

Chicago, IL

#16 Mar 5, 2013
Why do numerous retailers offer rewards programs/cards but miserly old Walmart doesn't? I have cards for places in town like Kroger and CVS, and I go out of town to shop on occasion and have cards for other stores, but not a one from Walmart. Walmart takes but gives nothing back to the community/consumers.

I agree with the first comment. Their customer service leaves lots to be desired.
Those cards

Wakarusa, IN

#17 Mar 5, 2013
Are for the sole purpose of tracking you and what you buy. The joke is on the customer to think a few bucks saved and true rewards is a reality.
MiserMart

Chicago, IL

#18 Mar 5, 2013
Those cards wrote:
Are for the sole purpose of tracking you and what you buy. The joke is on the customer to think a few bucks saved and true rewards is a reality.
That is rather alarming and you put a new perspective on things. If you are correct, and I don't doubt you are, I wonder why Walmart doesn't offer a rewards program considering they set up shop in every town across the country as well as 20+ countries throughout the world.

Walmart is still miserly. But so are other retailers- out to make a dollar, not there for the consumer, and now tracking what we purchase.
Patty

Franklin, IN

#19 Mar 5, 2013
I never go to the self check because I want to keep people working. If everyone checks themselves out why hire cashiers? Walmart takes enough money out of this community make them pay at least some employees. Even if most employees qualify for public assistance. Most times I try not to go there, but they have closed so many other businesses sometimes you don't have a choice. Try buying a lamp shade or a curtain rod somewhere else.
DDC

United States

#20 Mar 5, 2013
The self checkouts still need the cashier, but always helping others. I like Walmart to price match and usually wait for regular lines to checkout.

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