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  1. March 20, 2019

    Why TUPE Matters to Your WFM Strategy

    By Theo Gott

    You’re a mid-sized retailer that has achieved growth both organically and through acquisition. Most of your total headcount are employees you’ve hired yourself while others you inherited through M&As. You’re about to begin implementing a new WFM solution across the company. That’s well and good, but it’s prudent to take a moment and reflect on […]

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  2. February 22, 2019

    New Compliance Challenges with Predictive Scheduling

    By Bob Clements

    From music to fashion to culture, over the years San Francisco has launched many trends that have influenced the retail and hospitality industries. But, the trend it started when it introduced predictive scheduling with the Retail Workers Bill of Rights in 2015 is probably having the most significant impact on these industries today. Formally called […]

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  3. February 21, 2019

    How Retailers Can Better Prepare To Service The Customer

    By Axsium

    Article by Retail IT Insights: A conversation with Anand Janefalkar, UJET, Inc. and Fadi ElTall, Noon Home As Founder and CEO of UJET, Inc., Anand Janefalkar has 15 years of experience in the technology industry and has served as a technical advisor for various startups in the Bay Area. Before to founding UJET, he served as […]

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  4. January 22, 2019

    A memorable year at NRF2019 Retail’s Big Show

    By Bob Clements

    With major updates from Kronos, WorkJam, and JDA, there was no shortage of product announcements and thought leadership on display at this year’s edition of NRF. President of Axsium Group Bob Clements recaps everything you may have missed in this quick 5-minute video…

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  5. January 22, 2019

    Right People, Right Place, at the Right Time….Why does everyone want to change it?

    By Robin Merritt

    Lately I have seen so many people and companies try to “update” the core principle of effective workforce management and staffing: right people, right place, at the right time. I keep asking myself, WHY? Why does it need updating, why does it need change, and why isn’t it working (because isn’t that why you change something…because it doesn’t work?). I am all for innovation and change, I am the first person that likes to shake things up and try something different, but I only do it when something requires innovation and improvement.

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