A former Walmart employee shared an unforgivable mistake his least favorite customers make.
The former employee warned that clients might not get very good results by asking workers a specific question.
As part of one of the largest employers in the United States, Walmart employees are responsible for overseeing operations, working the cash register, transferring merchandise, managerial duties, and other duties.
Because employees have so many responsibilities, there’s one specific issue they reportedly don’t address well.
A former employee, Paris Mars, took to social media to expose the mistake many customers make when shopping in-store.
Mars warned customers not to ask employees to check the back of their “Hey Paris” YouTube channel for additional inventory.
“They’re going to go to the back, they’re going to talk to their friends and they’re going to come right out,” Mars said.
Mars explained that typical employees don’t typically check stock levels — but certain employees may.
Mars recommended customers ask employees who work in the store inventory department.
The staff who tend to the store’s inventory usually move large boxes, crates, a wheeled platform, or a dolly.
Employees who carry prize guns are also likely to check inventory since they can do that with the prize gun, Mars said.
Most importantly, according to Mars, customers who are nice and polite to employees usually get the most help.
“Be nice to the managers and you’ll always, always, always get your way,” Mars said.
“If you speak in a normal voice and just explain things, I promise the managers will respect you and will do everything in their power to make you happy.”
In the same video, Mars also claimed that employees are not fully trained when they are hired.
Outside of the electronics department, employees typically can’t answer product-related questions, according to Mars.
When employees are asked product-related questions, Mars claims that Walmart directs them to read the instructions on the product packaging.
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