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How Can Retailers Stop Creating Angry Employees?

Retail traffic is slowing. The Container Store’s CEO recently said, “We’ve come to realize it’s more than just weather.”  Employees are demanding a higher minimum wage. And they’re winning in...Read more

Can You Pay A Living Wage To Your Retail Employees?

Recently, Gap raised their minimum wage for their retail employees to $9 an hour for all of their brands; next June, they will raise it to $10. IKEA too has just announced that on Jan.1, their rate...Read more

How To Choose The Right Retail Sales Training For Your Store

Congratulations for reading this – it means you don’t have to be convinced that training your retail crew how to sell is necessary.   You understand that training is something you do – ongoing –...Read more

Retailers: The Most Conspicuous Thing You’re Not Doing

Retailers keep surprising me. The music is pumped-up in their stores to try to fill the quiet, sterile environment where employees linger with Bluetooth gadgets in their ears. Outside of the counter...Read more

Small Business Owners, Would You Fire You?

If you own a business, you have had to terminate employees. You had assessed their behaviors and found them taking more away than adding to your customers' enjoyment of doing business with you....Read more