But what I do know is that this guy had some weird view of what pharmacy is all about. He would routinely come into the pharmacies and move and/or remove anything that made us look like a pharmacy.
He would stand out in the aisle, staring... then move to another vantage point, stare some more, then come in and move stuff. You see, he didn't want us to LOOK like we were a pharmacy. If he could see a box of amber vials, he would move it where it couldn't be seen by a customer. If he could see a note or phone number pasted up where he could see it, he would come in, pull it down, and put it in a binder... to go with the other 150,087 binders we have in the pharmacy.
We have a long counter separating the front register area from the back where we do the filling. It is about 24 feet long and 2 feet wide. It's a great place to put filled prescriptions, papers, projects. It's a WORK counter designed for WORK.
|No, we do NOT look like this...|
No, keep it clear at all times, we were told. Why? Because his whim and fancy demanded it.