How retailers are overcoming labor shortages

How retailers are overcoming labor shortages

Each day labor shortages in America worsen, challenging retailers in the recovering U.S. economy to employ staff who will manage storefronts, stock shelves and check inventory. With the number of administered vaccines rising and COVID-19 restrictions decreasing, many American shoppers will be returning to stores with fewer associates to meet their needs. With unfilled job

Significant changes by retailers need not end in 2021

Significant changes by retailers need not end in 2021

It would be an understatement to say that COVID-19 launched the retail industry into challenging times. What began as additional safety and cleaning procedures including social distancing measures in-store quickly spiraled into large-scale changes that required retailers to add an online presence, if they didn’t have one already, and cater to consumers in new (often

How Walgreens successfully introduced contactless service in the wake of COVID-19

How Walgreens successfully introduced contactless service in the wake of COVID-19

  Even as states across the U.S. begin to reopen and customers venture back into stores, retailers are far from going back to business as usual. It’s a time of experimentation in retail, as the COVID-19 pandemic speeds up innovation and introduces shoppers to new devices and conveniences, many of which may become permanent fixtures