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  • noun The work of a floorwalker; retail supervision.


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floor +‎ walking


  • Alongside John is Thomas Webb, the e-records project manager, who has spent the last few weeks 'floorwalking' to make sure users are comfortable with the system.

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  • Alert, watchful, urbane, with just the ideal blend of courtesy and condescension, he raised floorwalking to a social art.

    Where the Blue Begins

  • He wanted to say that if he was going to consecrate himself to floorwalking, he would relish a raise in salary; but old Beagle was so tremulous and kept blowing his nose so loudly that Gissing doubted if he could make himself heard.

    Where the Blue Begins

  • There was some dramatic nerve in Gissing's nature that responded eloquently to the floorwalking job.

    Where the Blue Begins

  • Indeed, Gissing had raised floorwalking to a new level.

    Where the Blue Begins

  • Among the strategies employed are CCTV cameras, improved sightlines for librarians, ID and bag checks at entrances and exits, and more floorwalking by security, uniformed or otherwise.

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