Retailers using labor scheduling software are generating rapid returns on investment, particularly in the time saved mapping out cashiers' schedules. The software also has the potential to improve customer service, by ensuring that front-end staffing levels match anticipated customer traffic. Retailers, however, would like to see improvements in the software packages available, including programs that more easily interface with point-of-sale and other in-store systems. They are also ...
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