2
12 Answers
5 months ago
Like
Answer
Share
Gracefully Victorious
Top Answer
1 person found this answer helpful

None Just high school diploma

20w
1
Reply
1 Marked Helpful
Katherine Orcelletto

Most places that I know do not require you to have previous cashier experience - just be flexible, dependable, and have great customer service skills

20w
1
Reply
1 Marked Helpful
Shannon Davis

Basically none..Most jobs will train you , as long as you can count money

21w
1
Reply
1 Marked Helpful
Jeffrey Schaffer

you have to have good report with your customer, treat them like a guest in your house, also make sure when they give you money that you repeat how much they gave you that way they hear you repeat it back to them, another thing to do is count the money you give them say that if you get a twenty then say that 4.00 is the price and you say you get 16.00 out of 20.00 that way you remind them of what they gave you. also count back the money to them and make sure you always when you open the cash drawer that no bills are sticking together that is way your drawer doesn't come up short

21w
1
Reply
1 Marked Helpful
Mary Mashburn

None really long as you can do basic math

20w
Mark As Helpful
Reply
Daniel Gbadeyan

To be accurate numerically

20w
Mark As Helpful
Reply
Rebecca Stebler

Need to know basic math, positive attitude, and a smile.

20w
Mark As Helpful
Reply
Cordell Hayes

As far as experience you just need to be able to count money

21w
Mark As Helpful
Reply
Brandy Lamphere

Customer service, math skills, operating a register and cash handling.

21w
Mark As Helpful
Reply
Angela Yeager

You must be great at math and have good people skills

21w
Mark As Helpful
Reply
See more answers
Add