Has this ever happened to you?
You’re at a shop in the mall, just browsing around, when suddenly a petite saleswoman spontaneously informs you that they “don’t have your size” and perhaps you would “have better luck” if you tried looking someplace else?
Or, maybe you’re at a restaurant, ordering lunch, and when you ask for a “Coke” the waiter responds, “Diet, right?”
Both of these things have happened to me. And all I could say to myself was . . .
Unfortunately, though, this type of rude “customer service” is not unusual . . . here in the US and abroad. Recently, the ABC News program What Would You Do? has recently featured several segments on this topic.
I hope that this type of discrimination hasn’t happened to you. Although judging by a recent poll in England, it probably has. Thankfully, Weight Watchers is teaming up with a British department store to help train sales clerks in better customer service to prevent such incidents in the future. In the meantime, though, if you do find yourself in the situation, this article offers some amazing suggestions for how to deal.
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