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Mar 07, 2022
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Starting a new retail job can be challenging, as interns need to know the company and its products before entering the sales floor. The customer expects service and will disregard the person's training. You need to make sure that sales managers find enough time to train their new hires and provide them with sufficient knowledge. This often takes hours and can be exhausting for both the sales manager and the new employee. Connecteam Tip : Onboarding no longer needs to be stressful and inefficient. Employees can be ready and confident to enter the sales floor. By adding the training materials including images and videos to the knowledge base, employees can train themselves. Once they reach the sales floor and have a problem with a procedure or a point of sale, they open their mobile device, view the text, video or image of the email list instructions and continue their work. They don't have to wait for help from sales managers. Therefore, the new assistant can provide professional service. Sales managers can view and track their training progress. If they need help, the sales manager can send them a private message on the chat. As a Retail Operations Manager, you have the big picture of how new hires are doing. On vocational training Ongoing training means you have to set a time when your team can sit together in a room, which is next to impossible. Then you need to make sure that all sales managers understand the new sales tactics or new products. Sales managers must then feed back to their teams the information they have only heard once. The process can be exhausting, and employees often have to remember all the information you've given them. Connecteam Tip: Employees no longer have to think they have a chance to capture all the information, and that's it. You can upload videos, images and other material to the knowledge base. Employees can see everything from any desktop or mobile device anytime, anywhere. Receive real-time reports Retail operations include writing reports on various things.
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p490019
Mar 07, 2022
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In order to do an employee of the month reward program efficiently and quickly, you can use an all-in-one digital employee management app like Connecteam. With Connecteam, you can publicize and deploy your new, new or improved Employee of the Month reward program with ease and without spending a lot of time with manual pen and paper surveys or even worse, emails. massive ! Create fully customizable, digital and anonymous polls and surveys for employee of the month awards. If you prefer polls and surveys not to be anonymous, admins can change the settings to show how people voted. Employees can vote for their colleagues directly from their mobile phone. Once a winner is announced, send a company-wide update via social feed where other employees can comment and congratulate the winner! Upload photos, videos, and even GIFs to phone number list keep communicating with employees about the Employee of the Month reward program fun and engaging. Connecteam updates employee recognition This rewards program doesn't have to be a lengthy process, it can be done quickly, easily and digitally through the Connecteam app. Join thousands of companies who trust Connecteam to increase employee productivity, engagement and motivation! Learn more Make it interesting with a fun corporate event and exciting prizes In order to truly recognize those who have gone above and beyond and received the Employee of the Month award, a fun company event is a great way to celebrate those accomplishments and further motivate those who may not have won. this time. It doesn't have to be over the top, but something like a company-paid lunch or happy hour is a great way to bring the whole team together and congratulate the winners. Also, try to avoid cash prizes. While a cash prize may seem like a good choice, thoughtful gifts are more meaningful to employees. Jeff Haden, author of "The Motivation Myth" gives some examples of good prize ideas.
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