Hello ladies and gents,
I know that some store owners love to get feedback from their employees on how they think things should go in the retail store. I think employees are excellent when it comes to letting you know about the things you will miss. For example, if they notice that people are always asking about something you don't carry, and then they mention that you should be carrying this item. I worked for an employer who didn't take into account anything that I said. When he sold his business, I mentioned the same idea to the new owner, and it sold pretty well. A similar event happened to friends of mine at some point in their lives. How about you? As an employer, do you listen to your employees about what moves you should make regarding your store/shop? Or as an employee were you or are you vocal about changes that should be made?