Retailing Smarts: Workbook 12
In Workbook 12: Keeping Up Appearances, the retail sales associate will learn how to check in merchandise, how to organize and maintain supplies, how to organize the stockroom and storage areas, how to arrange and maintain merchandise displays, and how to dismantle and replace displays. By learning the value of maintaining the appearance of the store, the sales associate can help leave a pleasant image in the customers' minds, and keep them coming back for more.
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Keeping Clean and Tidy
Maintaining Traffic Areas and Lighting
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