Mom & pop stores upgrade staff - book display racks for retail stores

by:SAFEKA      2019-08-25
Mom & pop stores upgrade staff  -  book display racks for retail stores
Mom and pop music stores, those families
Run neighborhood stores for everything in the sun and add value to their employees to counter organized retail giants.
Mom and pop music stores, those families
Run neighborhood stores for everything in the sun and add value to their employees to counter organized retail giants.
Provide training courses for employees such as sales assistants.
In addition to retail skills, the training process includes basic English and personality development.
B. S. Nagesh, founder of Trrain, a retail employee training company, said that as organized retail and large brands develop well, such initiatives have become imperativetrained staff --
Mom and pop music stores can't lag behind in this regard.
"Training requests come from smaller towns where big brands and modern retail have only appeared in the past few years," Nagesh said, for example . " A baggage chain in boubaneswar decided to train its staff as part of its modernization.
Shiba Prasad Panda, general manager of Panda, said, "The training process has helped build confidence in our sales partners.
They have been able to leverage their retail skills effectively, which will eventually translate into higher sales for us.
There are other benefits. Value-
The addition of staff has brought new touches to the upgrading of nearby stores and unorganized retailers.
In addition to the renovation, some stores have changed their format by choosing open shelves.
This provides a better display of combined offers and discounts during the festival, just like modern retail chains.
Creating a favorable retail environment through trained staff can greatly increase sales, Nagesh said.
It's my mom who proves this, Mumbai-
Retail chain selling mothersand baby-care products.
Its CEO, Naresh Khattar, said training six months ago helped create a more favorable retail atmosphere that is now gradually increasing.
Ameesha Prabhu, CEO of Trrain, said staff training was widely recognized, as can be seen from the huge response of the Trrain project.
She said several small shops and retail associations in different parts of Mumbai showed interest in staff training.
But the biggest challenge for the retail industry is high turnover rates, including maternal and infant stores.
A survey conducted by Tata Consulting Services and the Indian retailer association in February showed that about 33% of respondents face a turnover rate of about 100% per year.
Many retailers are so quick to sign up for employee training programs.
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