A couple months ago right when the pandemic got wound up to full on panic, the local maomart SHUFFLES ABSOLUTELY EVERY SING ITEM IN THE STORE AROUND LIKE A DOUBLE DECK OF CARDS!I like to make a list, get in, get my stuff and get out. Especially while we have to wear a mask. Grocery stores have a business model that includes tactics to keep shoppers in the store for longer periods of time. One such tactic is to move stuff around. The theory is that while you are looking for your item you'll impulse buy something else. This drives me nuts. I know where everything is, I want to get in and out quickly and they keep shuffling the stuff around.
You're wrong.Well, the OP said he had to bag his own. I've noticed the discrimination myself a lot of times: middle-aged "Whitey" comes to check-out- C-ya! We are now the most discriminated against demographic in this nation! Tell me I'm wrong!
Do you think women shouldn't vote too? Do you raise your hand at her when she speaks out of turn? LolIf you say so...but I figure if I'm out there busting my ass all day at work, the least she can do it put up the groceries after I pay for them and haul them home...
Around here, the baggers are usually elderly or younger people with special needs.I reserve the term “lazy” for the kids who don’t work at all. Baggers in grocery stores are taking the first step in their work life. Learn to show up on time, do what you are told.
Once you master that, move on to jobs where you start to make larger decisions and your employer begins to depend on you.
I suspect baggers just go where they are told.