You’ll be doing a lot of walking, and you don’t want to end up with blisters. Wear supportive shoes and quality socks, toss a reusable water bottle in your backpack, tote, or purse, and bring simple snacks to keep you going. Think of this as Survivor: Retail Stocking Edition.
When people talk about ‘retail therapy,’ they’re usually referring to the practice of making oneself feel better through shopping.
If you are part of the hectic world of retail management this time of year, the term takes on a whole new meaning, as in:
You own/operate or work in a busy retail store.
When someone does something for us, we often feel obligated to reciprocate by doing something in return for them.
The Law of Reciprocity is simple, and powerful.
As a business owner/operator or manager, it literally pays to invest in happy employees, and bonuses and pay increases are not the only way to achieve that goal.