SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Raley's here just completed rolling out electronic labor-scheduling systems to all 65 of its stores, SN has learned. The new systems are designed to improve service by tailoring staff scheduling to customer volume at the front end. The software, which uses data from point-of-sale terminals, also pares the amount of time a store manager spends scheduling his staff from one day to one hour. Although in existence since the mid-1980s, the electronic scheduling systems are ...

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