The common struggle among retailers implementing new projects is an overzealousness to execute without a solid plan. This post explores vital questions and important considerations in creating project plans that work.
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Leverage training as an operational strategy. We review the different types of training techniques companies use to improve associate retention and, ultimately, overall operating efficiency.
Some companies don’t have the right tools in place, while others have what they need, but their organizational or maintenance tactics are so loose that they burn money on stalled production. This post reviews the effects of great equipment maintenance and organization, as well as how this affects workforce labor efficiency, through a topic called lean.
Whatever your approach to setting labor expectations, it is important to think through how, why and what you need to capture. To help you improve performance and analysis, we’ve compiled some tips and key reporting considerations to give you a good start in bolstering your reporting game!
Labor management and reporting are complex functions. It helps to break down some of the elements to understand how they work and where they fit within a retail organization’s operations. In this post, we explore common approaches to measuring labor performance and goals.
In the quest to foster happier, more fulfilled employees, training represents a strategy that not only boosts productivity but also helps drive retention. We take a closer look at the positive benefits of training beyond just job and task execution.
Faster computing platforms, AI and ML algorithms have led to forecast accuracy breakthroughs. Better math and faster processing out-gun older, static approaches at every turn. For competitive advantage through your WFM solution, first start by upgrading your forecast.
New retail staffing analysis tools present a tremendous opportunity to strategically deploy labor resources. They enable a small labor team to do far more than what larger labor teams without such tools could ever do to drive better staffing strategies.
Retailers can address impacts of higher labor costs with the latest generation of WFM tools that leverage expanded use of AI, real-time data exchange and more robust enterprise computing platforms. It’s time for new opportunities and substantial benefits.
The new normal of higher labor costs has driven fundamental changes in retail organizations as add-on labor costs have resulted in fewer, less-experienced associates having to deliver the service and format of their retail brand. This post covers some of the biggest impacts of this environment on retailers.