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This little book, The Walmart Cashier, is really "Off the Wal." It has Walmart Stories--the stories are all true--like this one: Returning to the sales floor after a break, I was approached by a customer who saw my name tag. "Sir, can you tell me where the nuts are?" "Ma'am," I said. "This is Walmart. The nuts are everywhere." This book has trivia questions like "Whi This little book, The Walmart Cashier, is really "Off the Wal." It has Walmart Stories--the stories are all true--like this one: Returning to the sales floor after a break, I was approached by a customer who saw my name tag. "Sir, can you tell me where the nuts are?" "Ma'am," I said. "This is Walmart. The nuts are everywhere." This book has trivia questions like "Which U.S. presidents died on the 4th of July?" It has an unusual chapter about celebrities and their birth names. (Who are Anna Mae Bullock and Caryn Elaine Johnson?) It has a number of insights and observations about Walmart and how it makes such big profits. In spite of itself. Ronn Medow was a part-time cashier at a Walmart store in Reno, Nevada. He still works at the same store. His time at work is an odd combination of amusement and frustration. Many times Ronn has muttered to himself or to no one in particular, "If you can't be excellent, at least be competent." He has also asked himself why management would ever want to listen to him. "What do I know? I just talk to the customers."


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This little book, The Walmart Cashier, is really "Off the Wal." It has Walmart Stories--the stories are all true--like this one: Returning to the sales floor after a break, I was approached by a customer who saw my name tag. "Sir, can you tell me where the nuts are?" "Ma'am," I said. "This is Walmart. The nuts are everywhere." This book has trivia questions like "Whi This little book, The Walmart Cashier, is really "Off the Wal." It has Walmart Stories--the stories are all true--like this one: Returning to the sales floor after a break, I was approached by a customer who saw my name tag. "Sir, can you tell me where the nuts are?" "Ma'am," I said. "This is Walmart. The nuts are everywhere." This book has trivia questions like "Which U.S. presidents died on the 4th of July?" It has an unusual chapter about celebrities and their birth names. (Who are Anna Mae Bullock and Caryn Elaine Johnson?) It has a number of insights and observations about Walmart and how it makes such big profits. In spite of itself. Ronn Medow was a part-time cashier at a Walmart store in Reno, Nevada. He still works at the same store. His time at work is an odd combination of amusement and frustration. Many times Ronn has muttered to himself or to no one in particular, "If you can't be excellent, at least be competent." He has also asked himself why management would ever want to listen to him. "What do I know? I just talk to the customers."

11 review for The Walmart Cashier

  1. 4 out of 5

    F Rahlo Leonard

    Boring So boring! I mean the trivia stuff was blah, blah blah. Wasted a chapter. Sped to the end. So thankful it was free. I worked to them too, so I know better stuff happens. 0 stars would be the perfect review rating. Please put down the pen and go back to the register.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

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  9. 4 out of 5

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