New budget models
Job

Keller, TX

#1 Feb 21, 2013
If you havent heard from your dm yet, you will. FE budget weekly

Since: Mar 12

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#2 Feb 21, 2013
Job wrote:
If you havent heard from your dm yet, you will. FE budget weekly
Makes it hard to do schedules three weeks out
Muskrat

United States

#3 Feb 21, 2013
Job wrote:
If you havent heard from your dm yet, you will. FE budget weekly
What? They are changing weekly now? Based on resets/revisions, holidays, etc. I assume?

Since: Jul 12

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#4 Feb 21, 2013
Our last one was for Feb/March. The next one is for April.

That's hardly weekly, but every store continues to lose hours week after week.

It would sort of be nice if they did do weekly and actually accounted for tearing down and setting of the promo aisle... large resets and revisions... blah blah blah.

FELM sucks butt right now.
Muskrat

United States

#5 Feb 21, 2013
Donnelly007 wrote:
Our last one was for Feb/March. The next one is for April.

That's hardly weekly, but every store continues to lose hours week after week.

It would sort of be nice if they did do weekly and actually accounted for tearing down and setting of the promo aisle... large resets and revisions... blah blah blah.

FELM sucks butt right now.
Pretty much everything sucks butt right now.

Since: Jul 12

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#6 Feb 21, 2013
Except that they lowered the price on the Reese's Eggs - Hell Yeah!!!

75 cents for the Reese's Egg vs 99 cents for the Reese's Heart!
Wag

Dixon, IL

#7 Feb 21, 2013
Donnelly007 wrote:
Except that they lowered the price on the Reese's Eggs - Hell Yeah!!!
75 cents for the Reese's Egg vs 99 cents for the Reese's Heart!
Price change for the Reece's egg 2/1.50 or 89cents each
Wag

Dixon, IL

#8 Feb 21, 2013
Timerbuy wrote:
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Makes it hard to do schedules three weeks out
Per CL checklist 2 weeks of schedules must be posted not 3 weeks anymore
Job

Keller, TX

#9 Feb 22, 2013
Yup. Schedule by the week based on projected demand. Also, get those part timers hired, we want 50 percent or less full timers

Since: Feb 12

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#10 Feb 22, 2013
Job wrote:
Yup. Schedule by the week based on projected demand. Also, get those part timers hired, we want 50 percent or less full timers
Which basically translates to your closing weekday and weekend cashiers ss just bodies that can run a register.

When is WAG the busiest? Weekdays 4pm to 7pm and weekends.
Be well.
phx rx

Phoenix, AZ

#11 Feb 22, 2013
They said they were doing weekly budgets in Jan and Feb here, but they never kept up with it and have now said they will be monthly because it was too hard base schedules around.... yeah not shit

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