Minimum wages are raised, schedules have to be pushed out earlier and breaks have to be actively enforced to provide better protection to your employees. How will you deal with these changes in labour laws and regulations?
While competition is increasing online, brick and mortar plays a key role for sales. With an abundance of shops to buy from, customer experience matters more than ever to avoid lost sales.
Employee turnover is still high in retail and qualified and skilled employees are increasingly harder to find. Retaining employees should therefore be a priority in the workforce management strategy of retailers.
Avoid lost sales by knowing exactly when and what to expect in terms of transactions, foot traffic and other demand drivers to minimise waiting times and maximise customer throughput.
Fully comply with all relevant labour laws and regulations and get a list of violations in schedules that adhere to laws but compromised on softer business rules.
When you know demand, our AI services translate them to shifts and tasks. This ensures that every customer gets the help it needs, but other tasks like replenishment are not forgotten in schedules.
Beat turnover by assigning your employees fairly to shifts that fit their preferences and private lives, minimise overtime and calculate necessary breaks in when demand allows it.
Compliance to labour laws and rules
Average increase in yearly revenue per location