Does an employee have to answer a customer asking if he/she is the owner?
Just say no you're not. It's not that big an issue. Many small businesses have the owner there in the store - people ASK because they are interested if there are any job openings, or if the owner buys items locally (they may make items to sell) or for any number of other reasons. They're not doing it with the intent to annoy you.
by Elaine M - 6 hours ago
Unless you're doing something illegal or doing something in your job wrong, I don't understand why you can't just answer them by telling them who the owner is. I see nothing wrong with that question
by L.F Overthrow - 6 hours ago
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