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Tuesday, May 07, 2013

Vocabulary for Bank Cashiers

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Vocabulary for Bank Cashiers
Word
Meaning
action code
a number cashiers type on the register to tell the computer to do something
adjustment
a change (usually related to price change)
age restricted items
products such as alcohol, tobacco, and restricted movies and videos which cannot be purchased by minors
aisles
long narrow areas that a room is divided into
associate
another employee who works with you
bag verb
to place purchased items in a bag for the customer
bank card
a card that allows customers to purchase an item using money from their bank account
bar code
a series of lines that a computer reads to determine the product and price
bill
the total amount owed by the customer (also called receipt)
break
a short time for an employee to take a rest from work
bulk
items that are purchased in large amounts
cash
paper or coin money that the customer gives for payment
cash advance
money given to an employee or customer that he will have to pay back later
cash register
system used to key in purchases; also makes mathematical calculations and records payments
change
the money you give back to a customer
charge verb
to request a certain payment (They charge fifty dollars an hour.)
charge verb and noun
to pay (payment) with a credit card
checkout
the place where customers go to pay for purchases
clerk
person who serves customers; usually stands behind a desk
coins
small amounts of money; circular shape (also called change)
company procedures
the rules and practices outlined by the employer for the employees
competition
other businesses that offer similar products or services
counterfeit
money that looks real but is actually fake
coupon
a piece of paper that offers a set discount on a product or service
consumer
the person who buys and uses the products and services
coupon
a piece of paper that offers a set discount on a product or service
currency
type of money used in each country (eg. dollar, yen)
customer
the person who buys the product or service
customer service
fulfilling the needs of the people who buy products or services
damaged; defective
does not work or does not look new
deactivate
remove security device
debit
to take money out (also refers to paying with a bank card)
denomination
related to type of currency (eg. ones, tens, fifties )
department store
a store that sells a wide variety of personal and household needs, such as groceries, furniture and clothing
discount
a price reduction
estimate
guess the right amount
float
the amount of money in a cash register or till before and after a person's shift
feed
to insert the end of a roll of paper into a slot
gift certificate; gift card
a pre-paid card that a customer uses to pay for purchases
gift receipt
a receipt that documents a purchase but does not include the price of the product
identification
photograph and official document that proves who a person is
initials
first letter of a person's first and last name
inquiry
a question
key in
to type a code into a cash register
(put on) layaway
to put a product away for a customer who will come back to purchase it at a later time
log
a record of sales information
manual
instruction booklet
merchandise
things that customers buy
multiple item
a product that a customer is buying more than one of (eg. five balls)
multitask
do many things at once
NOF
an error code that means a product price is not on file
on sale
costs less than usual
orientation
a time for learning about the company and job
peak time
the busy time of the day
perk
a little bonus that employees enjoy on top of their wage or salary (eg. restaurant employees get free lunch)
personal check
a written document that allows a business to retrieve funds from a customer's bank account
price override
change the automated price of a product or service
POS system
Point of Sale system (cash register)
price tag
the sticker or ticket that tells customers what a product costs
produce
fresh fruit and vegetables
promotion
a special discount or offer
prompt service
to help customers quickly
punch in/out
record the start and end time of your shift using a time clock system
rain check
a ticket given to a customer that allows them to receive an out-of-stock item or attend a cancelled event at later date
receipt
a piece of paper that records the place, time, and price of items or services purchased
reduce(d)
price is less than usual
refund
get money back
register area
the place where a cashier stands and serves the customer
register tape
the paper that goes into the cash register and provides a printed record of all transactions
retailer
a store or business that sells products for the manufacturer
ring in
type the product code or service item into the POS
safe
a secure cabinet where a large amount of money is locked up; requires a code or key to open
sale
a price reduction
scan
pass a product over a laser(scanner reads the bar code and transfers the data(price, product name)to the POS system)
schedule
a table that identifies the weekly or monthly shifts for each employee
security device
a device attached to products that will set off an alarm if it is not removed by the cashier
serial number
a number system used to identify products and services
shelves
long rows of flat wood or metal used to hold products that are for sale in a store
shift report
a record of notes that must be handed in by a cashier at the end of a work shift
sign in/sign off
indicate that one is starting or finishing
supplies
things that are needed to do a job (eg. calculator, pens, paper)
supplier
the company or business that provides a retailer or wholesaler with products to sell
swipe
slide quickly across (eg. Swipe your credit card through the card reader, please.)
tally
add up
tax exempt
a special case in which the customer does not have to pay taxes
tender
money
terminal
a single computer or POS system
till
the drawer that holds money in a cash register
transaction
the sale and purchase of a product or service
UPC
Universal Product Code: a number the identifies the product and the retailer
void
cancel a transaction
wholesale
the sale of a large quantity of goods to a retail outlet
workstation
the area where a cashier works


 

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