Have you ever walked into a store, stood around and felt ignored by sales people or retail clerks?
This happens from time to time, particularly when you talk about those large scale retailers and so called "super" stores where these 50 or 60 thousand square foot buildings are enough to get lost in, but what is even more taxing is trying to go in their to find one item and you're completely overwhelmed as a result.
Think about the last time you went to Lowes or Home Depot and wanted to buy a simple screw or washer. If you're new to the home improvement game or aren't as adept as a contractor or someone who does it for a living, you might need some help.
How many of you have stood around and watched people who work there walk past you? If you ask them a question, they'll tell you things like "it's not my department or I'm on break," and that is just inexcusable.
The idea behind sales and sales people in general is to help customers. Plain, simple and not difficult to understand at all. You can't ignore people when they're in need of help, and perhaps even worse than that or sales people who are rude.
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