The antiquated handwritten labor-scheduling process used for years by supermarkets is giving way to a new generation of time-saving software solutions -- and for good reason. Labor is the single largest expense a retailer can control with best practices and improved efficiencies by using labor-scheduling software, industry sources told SN. Rather than relying on the gut instincts of managers about when the store is slow or busy, labor-scheduling software paints a more accurate picture of ...
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