liquidation sales

anonymous asked:

I'm the one who's store is closing by June. Yesterday (1/21), our sales volume was equivalent to that of December 20 (because we must be having liquidation sales already and we might run out of things in the next week, when we're still getting merchandise in, right?). The amount of people who told me yesterday that they "don't get why we're closing if we're so busy." Honey, spend $10 million here and then maybe we'll stay open, just for you.

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I’m a senior in high school and I got my first job a few months ago. I’m a cashier at a chain that’s going out of business, so we’ve got a pretty significant liquidation sale going on. The problem is that the liquidation company doesn’t tell the manager when a discount is increasing until the day before we’re supposed to change prices, and the manager doesn’t ever tell the cashiers about it - we’re expected to just figure it out ourselves when we ring items up and it’s a different price than we expected. You can probably guess the sheer number of times I’ve been bitched at because “this is supposed to be cheaper” or “your sign said something different” or “no I’m sure I saw that everything in the store is 90% off” (not true, btw). As a socially awkward and anxious 17 year old with depression, the constant barrage of negativity from old white women isn’t doing much for my optimistic view of retail jobs.

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