But what really got my attention was what I overheard the employees saying the company is doing about this which is nothing. The workers have asked for a flytrap-like light device to clamp down on the problem, but the company has said that it's too expensive to put in all the stores! So that means the corporate executives all-knowing that they are, would rather their customers and employees work and eat near flies! They say it's too expensive but what are they spending their money on? How much do the top executives earn? How much is the CEO making? How much money do they pay their board of directors? You mean to tell me they can't take care of an insect problem? And from what I overheard it's not just that one store it's going on in, it's numerous B & N stores throughout the area. This above situation makes you think about what a corporation will do to cut costs at the expense of others.
It does not matter where this sort of thing happens. Whether it be in the inner city or Westchester County, NY. This shows the lack of consideration by top management that often rears it's ugly head. But don't take my word for it, go to the B & N in either Hartsdale, NY or Yonkers, NY and see for yourself. Just sit there or go up to the register and look at the walls or near the syrup bottles and you'll see the flies. If anyone else has seen this problem in other B & N stores throughout the country I'd sure like to know.