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- noun The work of a
floorwalker; retail supervision.
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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.
Alert, watchful, urbane, with just the ideal blend of courtesy and condescension, he raised floorwalking to a social art.
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.
There was some dramatic nerve in Gissing's nature that responded eloquently to the floorwalking job.
Indeed, Gissing had raised floorwalking to a new level.
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.