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In February on NATSO's Blog
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In February, we had some fantastic content on NATSO's blog...
In his Darren's Great Ideas! for Independent Operators blog series, Darren Schulte discussed:
Alternative Methods for Recruiting Staff: In last month’s first blog post, Schulte encourages readers to focus on hiring quality people through not just traditional but also alternative methods of recruitment. Read the blog post to learn three alternative methods to recruiting staff.
How Cashier Specific Goals Can Increase Suggestive Selling Success: In his second post, Schulte explores suggestive selling programs. He encourages readers to establish suggestive selling goals for their cashiers. Read the blog post to learn five types of cashier goals.
Read February's posts and join the conversation! Darren will respond to comments and take requests for future articles in the comments sections.
Schulte also writes regularly on timely subjects. Last month he used a recent news article to remind readers on The Importance of Proper Hiring Techniques.
In the fifth post in our blog series on the Top 20 ADA Compliance Issues Seen in Truckstops and Travel Plazas, guest post contributor Brad Gaskins of The McIntosh Group discussed parking space slope requirements. Read the blog post here to learn about what the exact requirements are for slopes.
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