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Solving Distribution Challenges During Unprecedented Demand

The phenomenal spike in e-commerce during the COVID-19 pandemic brought on unplanned peaks and a rush to automation. Learn how to peak-proof the supply chain and be ready for anything.

WorkJam Launches Next-Gen Health Check Analysis Tool

A new health check analysis tool enables employers to reduce the spread of COVID-19 among frontline employees and their customers while complying with local laws and regulations.

The touchless system verifies an employee's face in seconds, removing the need for time cards, badges, keys or badge numbers. Learn more.

Instead of the Orwellian future, let’s imagine one where workers, rather than being replaced by automation and technology, become deeply intertwined with it.

As many retailers close stores due to concerns over the coronavirus, some are hiring associates by the thousands, and speeding up the hiring process dramatically.

While RIS’ exclusive poll found retail executives are being tasked with learning how to navigate curb-side pickup, surging online orders, and stock outs, it also reveals for 42% of respondents, sales are seeing a boon from this historic event. Find out exactly what our readers are saying.

Office Depot knew it could do better in its quest for process simplification within its stores and warehouses. Learn how tech upgrades enabled it to eliminate many legacy retail processes

Lowe’s website is still “under construction,” CEO Marvin Ellison said, but the home improvement retailer expects to gain a sales boost this year as the e-commerce work is completed, and will also roll out its new POS system to improve the customer and associate experience. Get the details.

Walmart and Amazon have been quickly responding to retail changes from the coronavirus threat. Uncover both retailers’ latest moves regarding their workforces.

Mid-month consumer stockpiling as a result of the spread of the coronavirus spurred sales at the grocery chain.

Albertsons Companies is installing “sneeze guards” in its checkout lanes as a protective barrier between customers and associates during the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak.

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