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How does elms really work? The truth not what they tell you



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The simple explanation is: elms takes the rate at which customers are being checked out and divide it by how much the store makes and allocates worker hours based on that. Ultimately it's so the store makes a profit and the customer has a "good experience".



-- Edited by BagBoy on Wednesday 24th of March 2021 07:21:16 AM

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BagBoy wrote:

The simple explanation is: elms takes the rate at which customers are being checked out and divide it by how much the store makes and allocates worker hours based on that. Ultimately it's so the store makes a profit and the customer has a "good experience".



-- Edited by BagBoy on Wednesday 24th of March 2021 07:21:16 AM


 Thats corporate speak. How does it REALLY work?



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Anonymous wrote:
BagBoy wrote:

The simple explanation is: elms takes the rate at which customers are being checked out and divide it by how much the store makes and allocates worker hours based on that. Ultimately it's so the store makes a profit and the customer has a "good experience".



-- Edited by BagBoy on Wednesday 24th of March 2021 07:21:16 AM


 Thats corporate speak. How does it REALLY work?


 Your manager has a monkey that sits in their office filing cabinet. It presses random keys on a speak-and-spell while consulting one of those spinning arrow machines that make sounds and if it lands on cow they throw poop at the back of an employees head. That department gets their hours cut for the week.



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It's a fairy tale that makes less and less sense the more you think about it.

Hours only get cut no matter what happens, so it's an obvious lie.



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