NEW YORK — United Supermarkets, Lubbock, Texas, has found that labor-scheduling software integrated with a time-and-attendance application can help the 50-store chain afford its emphasis on customer service.
Service is reflected at United's three banners — United Supermarkets, Market Street and Amigos United — in the absence of both long lines at the front end and self-checkout lanes, noted Chris St.Clair, chief information officer, who spoke about United's implementation of workforce ...
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