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    I work as a cashier at a off license/mini supermarket, similar to Tesco express and I'm starting to see people who used to study at school with me there.

    They have spoken to me and so on, but to be honest I don't really want to talk to them. I didn't get along with the majority of the people and to be honest I want to forget about these people from the past and have a new start.

    Although, they don't cause trouble; steal items or ask for discounts; I just feel that it would be best not to see them. I can't be rude and tell them to go away. It would only provoke them and make the workplace bad.

    What's the best thing to do when you see someone you know? Converse a bit and let them go?

    Like usually, I converse a bit, they pay and then go.

    Yeah that's ok. You don't want to be having a full on convo with them whilst at work. It's not bad to see people you know at work but it depends what job it is. I wouldn't mind meeting someone for lunch during work but only during lunch, not if they turned up out of the blue just to have a chat whilst i'm working.
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