The Harvard Business Review recently published an article, “Research: When Retail Workers Have Stable Schedules, Sales and Productivity Go Up” regarding an eight-month study of staff scheduling improvement at select Gap stores performed by University of Chicago’s Joan C. Williams and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Saravanan...
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Summer will be here before long, bringing a lot of extra foot traffic to your museum, botanical gardens or public spaces. Preparing your facility for the extra traffic gives you and your staff the advantage it needs to ensure visitors leave happy and desire to return in the future. A deeper understanding of your facility’s operations at the...
The team at SenSource just wrapped up their first food drive of the year. Every quarter they hold a food or toiletry drive where all proceeds go to benefit the Rescue Mission of the Mahoning Valley. This quarter SenSource focused on collecting key items that the Rescue Mission can really use on a daily basis. They structured their program to...
In addition to predictive traffic, Vea reporting platform’s latest release also features prescriptive labor analytics for retailers. Vea’s prescriptive labor feature arms retailers with an actionable metric for scheduling labor. The prescriptive labor algorithm finds the optimal point of intersection between increasing conversion rate and...
Space management and occupancy is often a concern within churches, large and small. SenSource recently sat down with Crossroads Church, out of Cincinnati, Ohio, to discuss the needs of their church. Crossroads Church had been using a manual process to count members as they would enter and exit the church which became quite a tedious and time...