HASTINGS, Mich. -- G&R Felpausch Co. here is rolling out a computerized scheduling system chainwide after labor hours were reduced substantially in a test. The retailer plans to roll out its labor scheduling system in two to three stores each week, with a goal of having all 22 stores on line by early November. The pilot, which was run during the month of April here, demonstrated the system could reduce weekly employee hours by an average of 12.6%. The system also greatly cut the time ...

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