floorwalker


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an employee of a retail store who supervises sales personnel and helps with customer problems

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Those entering Frisby Dyke's in Lord Street looking uncertain would be pounced upon by the floorwalker.
Some clergy were offended by the comparison, forgetting the fact that the floorwalker was seen as a friendly, helpful evangelist.
She worked at Lake of the Torches Bingo Hall as a floorwalker, but quickly moved up, serving as a bingo caller supervisor from 1993-94, promoted to hotel front desk supervisor then table games supervisor.
SET in department store Grace Brothers where floorwalker Captain Peacock rules over the ladieswear & accessories department and the gentlemen's wear department.
Other compliments included praise for having a member of staff on duty to meet and greet customers and for the floorwalker, who was on hand to help use the touch screen job point when they wanted more information about a vacancy.
MARGARET SULLAVAN is superb as the new assistant in a small Budapest department store, immediately clashing with floorwalker James Stewart.
30am THE SHOP AROUND THE CORNER (1940) Budapest shopgirl Margaret Sullavan clashes with floorwalker James Stewart in delightful romantic comedy.
It was also great fun in the William Hill shop - there were sweets for everyone and I thought the effort made by floorwalkers across the entire business was fantastic.
In Huddersfield there will be floorwalkers available to help people.
No one came to their assistance; the floorwalkers didn't interfere, the trustees looked on with indifference, even satisfaction; and the free world people on duty appeared to be helpless.
The job: I usually work in check-in but the manager wanted floorwalkers for the busy summer period so I have been doing this since June.
I asked of one of the admittedly very apologetic floorwalkers.
In the shops of Hills, Ladbrokes and Coral that I visited, there was truly a carnival atmosphere and it was tremendous to see floorwalkers helping the novices.
If I was lucky I might get taken to the cafe in Binns for a toasted teacake while my mum reminisced about shopping in Henderson's where the ladies wore hats and floorwalkers ruled the roost.