WESTBURY, N.Y. -- King Kullen here will begin rolling out chainwide this month automated labor scheduling software following tests in three stores, which reported reductions in preparation time and improvements in service levels. The 46-store chain plans to complete its rollout by early 1997, said Bob Braun, assistant human resources director. King Kullen's new software monitors customer and item counts as frequently as every 15 minutes and uses the data to create a work schedule more ...

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