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According to Wikipedia, Bath & Body Works, LLC is a retail shop chain in the United States that offers a variety of personal care products, including candles, lotions, and scents.
It all started in New Albany, Ohio, in 1990, and since then, the company has grown to include all six continents.
In 1997, it was the bath store chain that had the most market share in the United States.
But now, some employees are trying to explain some things going on in the Business
Different Products in Different Locations
Because Bath & Body Works is a chain, you may assume that all of the locations would be stocked in the same manner, which will make it simple and fast to locate the products you're looking for.
However, the layout of a business may alter significantly depending on who is in control, and this is particularly the case during the holiday season when seasonal workers are present.
"Our store is relatively low volume even on huge sale days, so I'd often go from being a cashier to stocking shelves," explains Reddit user littlestorm208 in a post titled "I'm happy I ended up quitting my seasonal job." However, they say they were never trained for this task. "My manager just told me to put more soaps on the shelf that matched the ones already there, so I did. Come to find out I was doing it wrong."
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