Do you have any complaints or horror stories to tell about an experience with cashiers?
One of our biggest pet peeves is how an untrained cashier will place in your hand the register receipt, then the bills and then put coins on top of those in your hand. And you're supposed to juggle all that without the coins falling on the floor or counter.
In early 2010 a team of experts were brought together to figure out how to bring back a level of professionalism that seems to have been lost through years of faster technology, faster living and perhaps an increasing disconnect of human interaction.
We don't want to seem preachy, we just happen to be in the customer service industry and noticed a void.
Our research took us to many local town delis, supermarkets and big box stores. We took random surveys from people we knew, and strangers we just met. One of our course writers even conducted research in New York City, Atlanta, GA and Orlando, FL to see first hand if there were any important subtle differences in a cashier's job in those locations.
When we started this venture we didn't actually know that the U. S. Department of Labor projected the cashier occupation to have the largest number of job openings during the 2008-2018. At the time of this writing they are projecting 171,990 needed cashiers before 2018. Click here to see for yourself.
Our goal is to provide a one-of-a-kind cashier training and certification program. Every company has their own basic program that covers store procedures and how to use their cash registers, so that's not what you will learn from us.
Instead, we give you, the future job seeker or the person looking to advance in their current cashier job, the training you will need to gain respect from your coworkers and recognition by your employers.
Our certification program is 10 lessons, with quizzes after each lesson, and a final exam at the end. It's not that easy.
We wish you the best of luck, and we hope that our program will improve your abilities as a cashier and bring you the job satisfaction that comes with coworker respect, manager recognition and customer appreciation.
What does it mean to be a public company?
There are a lot of people on the internet that create educational courses and sell them as "product launches" or "limited availability." Some of those educational products are good, and some are totally and utterly horrible.
You never know what you will get yourself in to when buying education products online. Buyer beware, and just make sure they have a good return policy.
On the other hand, we're a public company. That means we're not only accountable to you, the student, but also to our stock holders. Our stock holders do not want to hear that people are requesting refunds because of poor customer support or bad education material.
So to make sure we're doing it right, we have a tech support staff that is being headed up by one of our board members in NJ. You can reach them most days and nights. Our corporate offices are in PA, and we're there on all normal business hours Monday - Friday.
Click the link at the top of the page to check out our stock price. We're hoping our price reflects our level of service and dedication. But you never know.
Oh, and before you invest in any stock, make sure you talk to your financial adviser first.