- Dec 27, 2015
Does anyone else have a problem at the target store they work at about customers (I will not call them guests) leaving thier empty or half-empty Starbucks Cups throughout the store?
I've realized most people don't even know there are trash cans at the stations. They are so small and easy to miss, but even so, people are lazy and rude. I've found FULL cups before. Like, did you really buy this coffee just to leave it here?It's so disgusting. There are garbage cans every 10 aisles or so, and you can't mosey your lazy ass over to throw your cup out? Ok.
Sameeeee. Dayside and overnight leave so many empty cups/cans/bottles lying aroundWe even have a problem with Starbucks cups in our backroom. Some TM, and I haven't figured out who yet, frequently leaves coffee cups and monster cans on shelves in the main stockroom. Today I saw an empty one of those cold Starbucks glass bottles in the steel next to our packing stations.
I'll bet you can't even when that happens.I personally would like to hold Shopkick responsible. I've on many occasion walked around scanning stuff with Starbucks or some other drink in tow and halfway through my process my drink is nowhere to be found.
I guess, but the thing is that if someone accidentally tips over an empty starbucks cup nothing really happens. A half-empty cup, on the other hand...Half empty doesn't annoy me. That's likely an honest mistake.
Empty implies that they were done with it and used our store as a trash can.
That reminds me of the time I was putting things away in my locker when I noticed a bunch (swarm, whatever) of fruit flies from the locker above. Got our etl-hr and she got it opened. There was a box of oranges that were totally black. They ended up having to clean out all the lockers in close proximity of that one locker. It was extremely gross!I've found them in lockers that were solidified