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Labor Scheduling Gets Smart

Specialized software balances what the store needs with what workers want to create optimal work schedules


Beards Are Growing at Publix

Employees are hopeful the retailer will relax its facial hair policy as the test expands to new regions.


Breaking Down Blockchain: Part 1

As the buzz around blockchain intensifies, retailers must be ready to adapt or risk being left behind.

Recent Stories

Recent Stories

The Lempert report: The nonprofit has opened a grocery store in Baltimore with the goal of bringing healthy food to low-income residents.

Five new items are joining the subscription-free line.

Reducing waste and installing car charging stations were among the highlights.

The retailer said it would retire its legacy loyalty and online programs May 1 in order to introduce their replacement.

Users of the health kiosks at Wegmans stores can now link data to pharmacists, allowing for convenient care.

The move is reflection of a continued commitment to employees, according to the retailer.

Intelligent guidance that connects the dots between the food industry and healthcare offers promising improvements for the well-being of consumers.

Here's what retailers get wrong about loyalty and how to fix it.

Basket Economics: Refueling is hitting the mainstream in more ways than one.