I like the new changes, they increased the overall accrual rate which is nice. I think the full time workers getting more vacation then part time people is a nice touch to. Although I am still confused by the Holiday pay thing like many others.
A real waste of my time and energy is banking 90% of the lanes, yes we have a way to tell which registers were used but not all of the 90% used cash. And when your Target has 36 registers I don’t consider it a waste of my time.
It’s not though…. because the list is not accurate with which registers had cash transactions. And clearly it isn’t best practice anymore to bank all the registers so I’m trying to figure out what Target is going for here with the new best practice….
New system won’t even allow overrides so I’m expecting more angry people sometimes. It’s mainly where they say they spent $300 cash, $100 merch, they return $150 worth of merchandise with receipt, register forces it $100 to go back on merch but the guest wants the portion they paid card with.
Does anyone know the method behind this? It seems to leave a lot of money in registers overnight so our store hasn’t been following it so I’m curious what the devs/corporate was going for here. How often does the list update, what triggers a register to be put on the list?
I’ll take a look at the back of the merch cards. To be clear I am talking about guests who have a receipt and they go to return stuff, and the system requires it to go back to a merch card since part of the transaction was paid with one.
Old thread but does anybody have a policy we can specifically point out saying that the money has to be returned all the way to the merch card before any other payment method. Even if they paid part of there transaction in cash or credit.