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I couldnt agree with you more. For some stores, payrol doesnt allow them to have minimum of 3 Tms during the day and 2 at night.
When i took a hardlines shift from the swap board, time went by so slow. The next day, while working my 8 hr p fresh closing shift, time went by so fast because there is so much more to do.
How does it work out at the registers? Is their codes that every salesfloor team have to remember for produce?
There should be a laminated sheet at your registers that have all the codes for foodstuffs.
Our registers not only have the laminated sheets but we have a smaller paper taped to each register that have the most common fruit and veggie codes. Also nothing is weighed, they are charged either per bag/box, or per apple/banana/etc...
4011 is for single banana.
8011 is for multi bananas.
4011 is for bananas sold by weight.
8011 is for bananas sold by eaches.
From my experience as a "guest" I don't even shop where I work. They don't pay me enough to shop at Target. And I've compared the prices of items in our pfresh to that of other grocery stores in my area and Targets prices are still higher even with my 10% discount....
So really I don't care much for pfresh. It's pointless in my opinion...
Thanks! None of the other cashiers at my store seem to know, and I've never thought to ask the GSTLs or market TL. Maybe now the newbies will do it right once I tell them...
ours is .24 cents a banana. When we opened p fresh last october, it was .19 cents a banana