Main screen on a zebra & at the top. Select sales for 1 year.So how does a TM find out what level their store is at? I know my store was low-volume pre-covid, when a normal week (outside of 4th quarter) had three trucks. Our online orders have stayed higher than they were pre-covid and we're consistently at five trucks a week. Even though some of them are fairly small, it's still staying at five. So it seems like we might have bumped up a notch, maybe?
Volume classifications are based on yearly sales, and go as such.I can do that part. Is there a place where the different levels are listed? Like maybe on this site?
You are a fount of information! Thanks!Volume classifications are based on yearly sales, and go as such.
ULV is an acronym meaning ultra-low volume and is typically used in reference to D and C volume stores.
- AAA+ $85M and above
- AAA $77.3 - $85
- AA+ $69.5 - $77.3
- AA $60.5 - $69.5
- A+ $51.5 - $60.5
- A $42 - $51.5
- B $32.5 - $42
- C $23 - $32.5
- D $23 or less
We went from B to A last year. More hours, more positions. Yet somehow the front end is almost always short-staffed...doesn't help we always have a fair amount of callouts.How about pandemic higher like 30% more. From 50 million to 80 million in 2020. So far for 2021 we are at 48 million.