Retailers are turning to a new line of inspectors to bolster pricing accuracy rates. Well aware that relying solely on store-level staff audits is not enough to guarantee nearly perfect scanning accuracy, a growing number of retailers are instead bringing in nonstore personnel, such as corporate-level officials and third-party inspectors. Because such nonpartisan personnel are as removed from store operations as a typical shopper, retailers believe they can review store pricing as ...

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