Stock rotation is an utterly mind-numbing, yet vital part of retail work. It involves checking every single label on every pair of trousers, every jumper, and every blouse on each and every jam-packed clothing rail so that anything that’s been on display for longer than two weeks can be taken down in order that new items can be added. However, the moment you attempt to begin wedging your fingers between impossibly tightly packed clothes to locate a small, paper ticket, the world and its wife decide that they wish to browse the rail you’re currently working on. Another joy of stock rotation is reaching up to check every label on the highest rail in the shop - especially for vertically challenged individuals like myself. After five minutes you’ve managed to look at less than a dozen dates and your arms are now killing you!