You flow it just like you do with the 4 am process. There is nothing new, except your train of thought. Just understand that your DTL now doesn't care if you you are pushing freight during guest hours. Our team was pushing freight yesterday until well after 2 pm. They were still unloading at open. Make sure all of your flats are in perfect working order because you will need every last one of them.....no pallets on the floor after 8 still applies. Stage flats on the floor on the BACK endcaps. The race track needs to be clear when the store opens. Out of sight, out of mind!How can flow push freight with guests in the store? I'm just jaded because my store is a super duper high volume (obviously overnight) store. Also deliveries 3 times a week is so weird to me as well. My store gets trucks every night most nights doubles. But ya the shift diff. only from 5-8 sucks now as I used to like the occasional 5 am shift more for the extra $1 an hour, it's only good for overnight TMs now. I suppose that's the point.
You might go back to 4AM for Q4.While it has been just peachy for my store so far, I worry about what's going to happen once Fourth Quarter rolls along.
When I first read this, I thought of a baby buggy from old cartoons. At my store, I've only ever heard Canadian guests (a.k.a. Invaders from the North) call the carts buggies.to prepare buggies
Haha, I didn't realize that was one of those things that has different names at other stores. Our ETL-Log moved here from up north and asked me why we don't call the three-tier buggies 'double deckers', I told him that it makes me hungry.When I first read this, I thought of a baby buggy from old cartoons. At my store, I've only ever heard Canadian guests (a.k.a. Invaders from the North) call the carts buggies.