Synopses & Reviews
This book highlights the duties and responsibilities of employees in a store and the supporting mechanisms of that store in dealing with maintaining inventory.
It's part of the job in any retail setting to keep track of the inventory in your immediate department. That means the essentials of watching the levels of inventory, how quickly it moves (or doesn't), learning to use the systems that keep track of inventory and replenish it as needed. It is also part of the job to become aware of shrinkage, movement of stock from area to area, and seasonal variations in selection and level of inventory. This book uses the principles of the series to highlight the duties and responsibilities of employees in a store and the supporting mechanisms of that store in dealing with maintaining inventory.
Table of Contents
The Retailing Smarts Series A Roadmap to Success: Retail Skill Standards How to Use this Workbook Skill Standards for Monitoring Inventory Learning Checklist for Workbook 11 Inventory is Important Lesson 1: The Basics of Monitoring Inventory Lesson 2: When Inventory Arrives Lesson 3: From the Stockroom to the Sales Floor Lesson 4: Marking Sales Prices Lesson 5: Keeping the Shelves Full and the Products Fresh Lesson 6: ?Tis the Season Lesson 7: Transferring Merchandise to Other Stores Lesson 8: Handling Returned Merchandise Lesson 9: When the Damage Is Done Lesson 10: Returning Stock to Vendors Lesson 11: Taking Stock Roundup Answer Keys