Don't give me that. What he should have done was intervene.
You know it as well as I do.
And if you can't see that, I sure hope that if I replaced that k at the end of your username with a D, it wouldn't be your last name.
First of all, what does my last name have to do with anything? Was that some sort of joke? Threat? I don't get it, sorry.
in my post was a reference to the entire situation. YES
he should have intervened. YES
he should have helped the woman. YES
the employees should be allowed to protect themselves, the customers, and (IMO) company property. But NO, we aren't supposed to. Like Hollowpoint pointed out, it's against Wal-Mart policy for hourly associates to intervene in anything. If you see, with your own eyes, someone do anything wrong, you can't do @#$% unless you are a manager.
As sad as it is to say it, the security guy was doing exactly what he was paid to do
. It just goes to show that no one is responsible for your safety but you