80% Of Retail Managers Blame High Turnover, Understaffed Stores For Missing Goals

As many as 35% of employees between the ages of 18 and 25 think their work schedules are inconsistent, and more than 50% leave their jobs for this reason. Outdated scheduling methods, such as creating work schedules manually, can lead to lower employee retention, decreased performance and lost revenue.

In fact, more than 80% of retail managers believe that high employee turnover and understaffed stores make it difficult to hit their stores’ goals, while employees admit to wasting 50% of their time at work when they don’t have a well-structured schedule. Discover the four steps to alleviating subpar scheduling in this infographic from SpotOn.

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Source: SpotOn.

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