Sometimes you wonder if the whole world has turned into a lazy cat.
Why does it seem that getting good service, especially from contractors and sales clerks is like pulling teeth?
Not to be discriminatory, but generally it seems older people are more genuine when they make promises. Much more it seems than the younger crowd.
Nevertheless, with the proper checks and balances, young people with good job supervision are reliable.
These days it seems one has to be almost apologetic in order to garner good service.
It used to be that cooperation and reliability was a given. Now, it seems one has to beg, charm and coerce others into working with dignity and honesty.
With contractors as well as other business folk this warning still holds true: caveat emptor, let the buyer beware.
It’s not so much that they want to cheat you, it’s just that you get the feeling they would rather be someplace else than helping you.
During this Christmas season, I’ve noticed some sales clerks are very rude. They are coarse, careless, avoid eye contact, and they just want to grab your money and get rid of you as fast as they can.
Why is it that so many people have lowered their standards when it comes to courtesy and friendly service? Is it because management has stopped breathing down their necks?
Or are they just genuinely ugly souls?
Is management at fault?
One imagines good training means good service.
I’ve come to the conclusion that it all boils down to the fact that people have free will. If bad people get a chance to pollute, to destroy, or give bad service, they will. If they can get away with it they will, and oftentimes they do.
I’ve seen it many times. Without rules and regulations, without watch dogs and security or staff overseeing things, some employees go haywire left to their own devices.
Let’s just watch ourselves when we are in business this season, so we don’t become like those bad apples. They’re disgusting.
I was listening to an interview with a football player. He was out for months because of a head injury.
That’s football for you, is all he said to excuse his violent injury and his absence from the field.
Well when it comes to workers who deliver poor service, we don’t want to use the excuse, that’s people for you!
I always thought people were good at heart.
Sad to say, I’m just tired of those who are loser lazy.
Then again, those who are their own heroes and rise to the higher standard, garner my admiration!