The STL...er, SD, is probably twiddling his/her thumbs at TSC/the offices (depends on the manager).The logic is crazy. Line busting is "needed" when the store is busy and there are lines at the registers. But, if the store is busy, then you have a higher demand for clean carts. If they're coaching on not demanding the impossible out of your TMs, that sucks. Where's the SD in this?
we have a storage room near guest services that we used to use for bulky items but is now our quarantine hold spaceAlso, how are you dealing with your quarantine returns? Where are you putting them? How are you sorting them? We have to put everything in repack boxes and they have to be sorted (women’s, men’s, boys, girls, swim) We’re putting them in the fitting rooms. I think my ETL likes to make things as complicated as possible. Are you taking Target.com returns? I know we really aren’t supposed to, but of course we are.
We hit threshold for atleast half the hours we are open each week.Our store doesn't count unless it's on the weekends, mainly because we never seem to go anywhere near half the threshold during the week. If there are a lot of carts wiped up and ready, we'll also get the cleaner to do fast service.
We're probably breaking a lot of rules, but I can sort of see why the TLs and above would choose to do it. We're under a severe hours cut--it's a no win situation.
I don’t think the cameras get an accurate count at least not at my store. 20 to 30 guests walk in and number doesn’t go up.Honestly, I don't understand how you are still counting....we use the entrance cameras and it has saved us. Adding the cleaning (never-ending) and the MCO too is just no bueno.