Today's social dilemma came up because I was telling a story to some of my coworkers about going grocery shopping and how I accidentally bagged my groceries wrong. I forgot I had put chips on the bottom of the bag and then I put cans in. Needless to say, I had chip crumbs for the last couple of days. This led to the question of why I was bagging my own groceries. I said when it's busy, I like to help. My coworker said I deserved the broken chips because its wrong to bag your own groceries. He said it's their job to do it and that's what they're getting paid for. I said I don't mind helping at all. I'm just standing there. Especially if I have a big order, like my weekly order. He said I'm crazy for helping. No one comes in and helps do your job, why should you help them? I thought he was being a little over the top about it. So I thought I would ask you. Do you ever help the cashier bag the groceries? Do you think it's okay to help, or do you think you shouldn't have to at all? I like to bag, my first job was as a cashier so it brings me back. What about you? Let me know on the TRY Facebook page.
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