Operations

Retailers

How breakroom amenities can support employee recruitment and retention

To compete for top talent, supermarkets can employ some best practices to recruit and retain talent. Here are some key strategies.

Stores

How a Paper Napkin Saved Walmart From Losing 3% of its Sales Volume

Gordon Wade talks about the importance of playing the game "I wish I knew" to get at critical information about the shopper, brands and the store.

The retailer recently revamped its hiring process and is now attracting skilled talent twice as fast as it used to in a highly competitive labor market.

Amazon triumphs in historic union vote at its Bessemer, Ala., fulfillment center, as the RWSDU urges the National Labor Relations Board to set aside the results of the election.

In a move that swaps technology guidance for operations expertise, the board of directors of Albertsons has appointed Chan Galbato as its co-chairman, succeeding Len Laufer.

Three trends driving smart cold-storage tech adoption.

Scott Mushkin set out to document inventory and merchandising issues at Walmart stores across the country. His conclusion: It's not just an aisle cleanup that's needed.

Concerned about operational issues at Walmart Supercenters, R5 Capital sought to survey the scene at Walmart stores. Here's some of what they observed.

While voting ended March 30, the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union says the outcome of whether workers will seek to unionize at a Bessemer, Ala.-based Amazon fulfillment center could take "a week or more."

The COVID-19 pandemic has taught the world a lot of lessons.

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