I do not understand why they teach cashiers to lay the bills in their hand, put the big slippery receipt on top of them & then set the coins on top so that it is a 99% chance that it is going to cause this customer a problem.
IMO, they do it because they & their customers can no longer do simple math without a diagram & a picture with circles & arrows on the back & someone holding their hand.
Also for the surveillance cameras because as many as 40% of the cashiers either just plane steal or run little cons on the customers.
There you go customer, you gave me a $10.00 and the machine says to give you $3. & 17¢ in change, my ability ( maybe if they work for 'QuickTrip’™ ) to do simple math indicates that this is correct and yours should too.
So see, here are the 3 one dollar bills, your receipt, & a dime, a nickle, & 2 pennies.
See, all in a neat little stack that you are now going to try to deal with while holding onto your kid because he wants to go home, you have your tiny little bag ( what can you buy with $6.83 that would take over a tiny little bag? ) and my boss does not care because too many asshats need so much help with simple, simple arithmetic.
Me ←, I want the change first so I can put it in the nearest, easiest pocket without dropping everything and then the bills & receipt, I have an easy plan for them also.
I can move away to do everything if I can hold onto it. But you/I tipped our hands ever so slightly so the coins or even all the $$$ fell to the floor/ground it will now take me as long as I can drag it out crawling around looking for that last penny. <EVIL >
Yepper, people and how they think of money sure has changed. For the worse IMO.
But by Og, they all were not left behind & passed each grade no matter what… (Parents are not off the hook for this either. ) ::: Grump ::::