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High-risk, highly visible food safety processes such as cook, chill and holding temperature logs are often first priority during a food safety implementation. Examining these processes in depth will reveal how software can support robust handling of corrective actions, notifications, reviews and more!
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Our Gen Z POV series continues. Hear from Generation Z why predictive scheduling may be a necessary technology that not only delivers what this generation expects in a retail employer, but also benefits all your employees and your overall business.
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The initial frenzied shopping response to the COVID-19 pandemic has stabilized, but we can expect long-term changes in how people grocery shop and what they shop for. We discuss some of these changes, their effects on labor, and how retailers can effectively navigate through and beyond.
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As Wild West lawman Wyatt Earp said, “Fast is fine, but accuracy is everything.” We all know a retail forecast is only as good its inputs. We now explore those inputs, what “accurate” really means, and various ways to measure it.