In my state, businesses can get fined for non-compliance. (Individuals can too, but it's more likely the business would get dinged.) We've had a super-spreader event in a nearby town, and our governor has been one of the more aggressive with implementing mitigation methods when we were hit pretty hard back in April. There have also been at least two incidents that turned violent, but not recently (in the state, not at my store).
Our style peeps were told they can't tell people not to try things on cause"it embarrassed the guest"Are we allowed to tell guests to pull their masks up? I'd sure like to. We were told not to approach guests without them because they don't want altercations but weren't given specifics on the ones not wearing them correctly.
You could always offer a free ride in the balerTTOG: So I'm walking back into shoe area and notice a guest is wearing a Knox Rose dress cause I see the tag hanging in the back. She's turning so, I assume, her older daughter can check it out. I simply said, even nicely, I might add, you are not suppose to be trying clothes on. The guest says oh I'm going to buy it. I said ok. I turned away and one of them says, well they should have a sign. REALLY! I looked at them and said clearly you know the fitting room is closed or you would be in there. If you can't try clothes on in the fitting room, you certainly can't try clothes on, on the floor. The younger one says you could be nicer about it. I said, this is me being nice. I walked away. Girl bye