In the busy day to day life, we often develop the tendency to jump the queues. And knowingly or unknowingly, this puts a great effect on people around us and the work system in which you and they are currently waiting in!
When you will try to think deeper about these habits, you will know that this is one of our biggest faults as a democratic Indian and it has now become so common flaw among the citizens that you can see it everywhere you go.
Be it Cinema Halls, Restaurants, bill Paying queues, Metro Queues or anywhere else, where you are expected to wait for few minutes, the people make themselves feel restless and there triggers an urge to skip it and get served ASAP!
According to Viswanathan Raghu Nathan, who has written a whole book on this subject - “Our country has high ambitions like a seat in the UN Security Council and so on, while we do not appear as fair people or even good international citizens! The fairness principle says ‘those who come before me should be served before me,’ but our acceptance of others jumping the queue, as well as our imposition on others is an ugly aspect of our culture.”
So, making the people move in queues in a serious challenge these days and Q-Manager has accepted this with a fine spirit. We offer such a regulation of queues that no one can jump it and must have to walk on the First-Come-First-Served Basis.
So, How Do We Do That!
We are the No.1 Manufactures and Suppliers of Queue Management Products that help the organisation to keep everyone in the queue and thus make the task manageable even with the biggest footfalls.
So, why not include some of these to your organisation and help people develop a good habit of queueing!
If you are an individual, just give your share to this good idea of queuing by following the certain path made by this queue equipment and make yourself feel at peace and comfort.
Let’s embrace this fairness principal and give the first chance to the people ahead of us in a queue. This will be the true celebration of FREE INDIA, DISCIPLINED INDIA this time.