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Executive Summary: The Case for In-Store Labor Standards

January 14, 2017

The Case for Improved In-Store Labor Standards_Final While the chorus around omnichannel and digital commerce’s growing impact and the need to transform stores becomes louder every day, retailers need to account for how these changes affect the work associates perform and the store’s labor budget. The reality is that a majority of retailers are unsure […]

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Executive Summary: The Case for In-Store Labor Standards

January 14, 2017

The Case for Improved In-Store Labor Standards_Final While the chorus around omnichannel and digital commerce’s growing impact and the need to transform stores becomes louder every day, retailers need to account for how these changes affect the work associates perform and the store’s labor budget. The reality is that a majority of retailers are unsure […]

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Executive Summary: The Case for In-Store Labor Standards

January 14, 2017

The Case for Improved In-Store Labor Standards_Final While the chorus around omnichannel and digital commerce’s growing impact and the need to transform stores becomes louder every day, retailers need to account for how these changes affect the work associates perform and the store’s labor budget. The reality is that a majority of retailers are unsure […]

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    Chris Flanders Director of Healthcare Strategy
  2. I wouldn't say that one thing can ensure a successful workforce management project, but the lack of one thing can be the failure point of the project .

    Al Asgarian Director
  3. Workforce management is the engine room of any company. It's about making sure they utilise their workforce efficiently when the business needs them the most.

    Julian Smith Senior Consultant
  4. The customer is the starting point in understanding how business is changing. Understanding your customers’ behaviors and expectations will create a blueprint explaining how a given retailer needs to transform to meet today’s challenges.

    Bliss Gordon Director of Retail Practice