- Jan 20, 2018
Who at Corporate thought it was a good idea to pretty much to pretty much rechange everything in the PS4 pog so close after a transition
Oooo that’s cool. When did this come in? I haven’t seen one at my storeMad props to the Philips hue display team for making a little raspberry pi device that turns the existing Philips hue display into a rainbow. I literally just plugged it in and it somehow found the bulb and automatically started changing the colors. I'm surprised how it was even able to find the bulb with no internet. Or maybe there's a sim card in it?
We lost ours with the last reset. They took away half of my cables and replaced them with shelves of small televisions. It's going to upset a lot of guests since the folks that need that at 8:05 tend to need them badly.Oooo that’s cool. When did this come in? I haven’t seen one at my store
Anyone elses PS4 Pog came in with 4 extra sections that are basically repeating it self
Instructions for non QA ir is that we are no longer required to check salesfloor for non tied items.
The system doesn't even take us to salesfloor. I admit I'm conflicted.
This one depends on store. For my experience, we would initially backstock the d-code if there was a lot, normally to wait till we had somewhere to put it. We then made it a project to get done with Plano work. That makes it easy pickings if it drops as an IR, too. Now, theoretically it shouldn't matter if it's backstocked or not, an IR should drop either way as long as you show on hand counts.Quick question, so after the transition I had an overflowing tri cart of discontinued phone cases. I figured they were gonna drop as an IR because there were a bunch of 080’s in there. My team lead told me they needed flexed out which is the usual process, what you guys do with all of your discontinued? Would it normally get flexed but in special circumstances get backstocked so it can drop in an IR?
So, it's been a while since I've opened, but here are some general tips:So, does anyone have any tips on how to do opening shifts a bit more efficiently? I understand how to do one on a Truck day (wait until they're done in emptying the truck and organizing it and then work on repacks+deliveries), but does anyone have their own procedure that works well that I can use as a base? Things are relatively easy so far, I just need to learn how to make things faster and better.