What’s the Size and Prize of Creating Good Jobs?

Join NACS Wednesday for a 20-minute webinar on the Good Jobs Strategy.

April 05, 2021

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ALEXANDRIA, Va.—Companies that attract and retain employees and help them be productive and thrive, while providing excellent customer service are well on their way to providing good jobs which can help boost their bottom line. Join NACS on Wednesday for a free webinar: “Identify the Financial Benefits of Creating Good Jobs.”

At 2 p.m. EDT, Sarah Kalloch of the Good Jobs Institute and NACS will walk participants through the foundations of a Good Jobs Strategy: a combination of investments in people and smart operating choices, which increases employee productivity, motivation and contribution, which in turn promotes operational excellence.

As a bonus, participants also will learn how to use the free, plug-and-play Good Jobs Calculator, designed exclusively for NACS and the convenience industry. This online tool makes it easy to run financial modeling scenarios with your company’s own customized assumptions to calculate the bottom-line impact—and overall “size-of-the-prize”—of investing in a Good Jobs system. (But don’t just take our word for it—check out what leaders from H-E-BCostcoQuikTrip and others have to say about their experience.)

In 2020, turnover rates remained in the triple digits at 123% for store associates, according to the NACS State of the Industry Compensation Report of 2020 Data. The average turnover rate for full-time hourly store associates was 91.8% and for part-time hourly store associates, it was 153.9%. The turnover rate for managers dipped slightly to 20% in 2020 from 22% in 2019.

Register today and learn what’s possible by implementing a Good Jobs system.

Read more about the Good Jobs Strategy in “Thrive By Creating Good Jobs” in the September 2020 issue of NACS Magazine.

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