How are your stores tolls organized? For example, Ive been told that our store is backwards compared to the normal way since the bills from left to right go ones, fives, tens, twenties, and then larger bills and checks. Are other stores the other way around, with ones on the far right? Or is this just a kroger thing.

Your store is not only backwards when it comes to Kroger, but it's backwards when it comes to all other stores and banks too. Money is always organized from highest denomination to lowest left to right because that's the way you count it. Now if you're counting the till down to a certain amount you do sort of work backwards. Back when I was a checker, the starting amount in a till was $200 and we would often have to count the till down to that amount. You would count the change first and set aside any coins that kept the amount from being a full dollar amount. Then you would count the ones until you got to an amount that wasn't divisible by 5 and you would set aside the leftovers. Then you would count the fives until you reached an amount that wasn't divisible by ten and set aside the leftovers. You would do the same thing with the tens. Count them until you reach an amount that can't be divided by 20. Finally, you would count the twenties until you reached $200. Of course if you were already at $200, then you would have stopped already. Once you reached $200, you would take the rest of the money out of the till and have it sent to the office or you would put it in the locked drawer underneath your register. The reason you count it that way is so you can make change. If you have $200 in all 20 dollar bills, you're not going to be able to make change.

i helped at a store that did that, but that was before VB-Lean Accounting. Lean Accounting, dictated 1's all the way to the right.
Checks, Twenties, Tens, Fives, Ones

How are your stores tolls organized? For example, Ive been told that our store is backwards compared to the normal way since the bills from left to right go ones, fives, tens, twenties, and then larger bills and checks. Are other stores the other way around, with ones on the far right? Or is this just a kroger thing.

My store does it the same way, but coins go the opposite way (quarters down to pennies from left to right)