SDN Members don't see this ad. (About Ads) CVS in our area is starting this new thing where techs and cashiers in the pharmacy have to wear a button that says "did I say your name?" and it has a dollar attached to it. The first dollar is given by the company, but if you don't say a customer's name and they call you on it, they get the $1 and you replace it WITH YOUR OWN MONEY. You have to have a button with $1 attached at all times. Does anyone think this is ridiculous? I mean I suppose it is effective but after the way CVS works their employees, they want their money too? I see a lot of people getting upset about this. Is this nationwide or is it a Southern thing?