Organise and maintain work areas

Organise and maintain work areas from Didasko Learning Resources

By: Didasko Learning Resources  01-Jun-2016
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When you think about working in retail, what comes to mind? Taking telephone orders? Stocking shelves? Taking payment? Helping customers on the shop floor? All these are definitely part of the job. But did you know that retail staff also do a lot of work behind the scenes to keep the store clean, well-organised and safe? They often carry out other duties before, during and after their shifts to provide efficient, effective service to customers. Most of the time, customers are completely unaware that while they're browsing for something new, reading ingredients on packaging or trying on clothes, shelves are being cleaned, fridges restocked, waste disposed of, hazards removed, and equipment kept running – all safely and hygienically.

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