De­mand ser­vice

The London Free Press - - LETTERS -

I would like to share a re­cent ex­pe­ri­ence at Wal­mart. I stopped for a quick pur­chase just af­ter 10 a.m. or at least I thought it would be a quick pur­chase. I was in line at the ex­press cash where they have four sta­tions but only one cashier work­ing and a lineup con­tin­u­ing to grow.

One of the as­so­ciates came along and asked if some­one would like to use self-check­out. I asked if she can get some more cashiers, but I was ig­nored. the sec­ond time this hap­pened, she went on a power trip and asked me to stop yelling at her, which I had not. the cou­ple be­hind me came to my res­cue and told her I was not yelling and were ready to talk to the man­ager.

If I wanted to use self­check­out, I would go shop on­line. I do not like ma­chines re­plac­ing peo­ple. I hope peo­ple would voice their dis­ap­proval to man­age­ment more and de­mand they hire peo­ple and not in­stall more self check­outs. Peter Sin­iowski Lon­don

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