Calls for cashiers to sit down on the job; journalists stage walkout; job switchers bag themselves a 10% rise

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Call for cashiers to be allowed to sit on the job

Cashiers in US supermarkets should be allowed to sit on stools or seats while working – but they don’t under current working practices, claims The Press Herald. It notes that cashiers in supermarkets around the world are routinely allowed to sit, even though US workers do not (the only exception being German-based Aldi, which operates some 2,000 stores in the United States, and uses European-style checkouts, allowing its employees to sit). Technically, staff should be provided with seating if they want it – a 2016 ruling by the California

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