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  • Basic duties of a cashier are to greet customers, ring up merchandise, bag the items, take the customer's payment and thank them for their business. What training or skills are needed?

    Training, Skills, and Duties of a Cashier

    Training, Skills, and Duties of a Cashier

    by Peg Cole38

  • This is a no-nonsense, practical and down to earth guide to how you can increase sales in your shop on a daily, monthly and yearly basis. There is no strange marketing jargon, or tricky sales psychology to learn - just sound advice and simple sales techniques that you can implement today.

    15 Methods to Increase Retail Sales

    15 Methods to Increase Retail Sales

    by Linda Liebrand23

  • Are you looking for a job where you can use your people skills? Consider a job in retail! Before you send in that application, find out what you can expect as an entry level sales associate.

    The Ups and Downs of Working in Retail

    The Ups and Downs of Working in Retail

    by Kate H11

  • People continue to shop in retail stores despite the ease of internet purchasing. Here are a few things salespeople do that help run customers out of your store.

    5 Blunders That Kill Retail Sales

    5 Blunders That Kill Retail Sales

    by Peg Cole46

  • Buyer's remorse can quickly turn excitement of a purchase into a regretful experience. But there is a way to curb buyer's remorse—buy from companies that support missions that you believe in.

    6 Brands Committed to Giving Back

    6 Brands Committed to Giving Back

    by Haley Kieser4

  • A detailed guide to the pros and cons of working for the big box retailer, The Home Depot. Answers the question, "Why should I work for The Home Depot?"

    Why You Should Work at The Home Depot

    Why You Should Work at The Home Depot

    by Alistair0

  • There are crazy myths about being a Mary Kay Consultant, but as with any opportunity, you have to put in effort to make it work. Take the time to find out for yourself if Mary Kay is right for you.

    The Real Deal About Being a Mary Kay Consultant

    The Real Deal About Being a Mary Kay Consultant

    by Dani Alicia48

  • If you've just received excellent customer service at your supermarket, thank the store's trainer. They are responsible for ensuring the staff's training is up to date and everyone is working safely.

    What Does a Supermarket Trainer Do?

    What Does a Supermarket Trainer Do?

    by Mary Wickison12

  • The introduction of new products or services can require large outlays of cash. Manufacturers often use test markets to gather information related to sales potential & other marketing considerations.

    Basics of Product Test Marketing

    Basics of Product Test Marketing

    by Sallie B Middlebrook PhD15

  • How hockey equipment company Graf Canada could not sustain its once-iconic reputation.

    The Demise of Graf Canada

    The Demise of Graf Canada

    by Fiorenzo Arcadi0

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