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dazed

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Jul 28, 2012
 
So I know the reset/revision position doesn't exist in some stores but does in others. Who usually does the resets/revisions in your store? Do you have a designated reset/revision clerk or do you have more than one person work on them? I'm an SM trying to see what might work best when the new associate codes roll out.

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Jul 28, 2012
 

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At our store, most reset/revisions are done by "store leaders" (EXA, MGT(me), SFL) with help from SBA and HPS. Minor revisions are sometimes delegated to other clerks, mostly photo and cos.

For the departments that I'm responsible for, I prefer to do the resets myself. If I'm going to be held accountable for it, I want to know that department inside and out.

“The Papers said I was Truant”

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Jul 28, 2012
 
wagmybutt wrote:
At our store, most reset/revisions are done by "store leaders" (EXA, MGT(me), SFL) with help from SBA and HPS. Minor revisions are sometimes delegated to other clerks, mostly photo and cos.
For the departments that I'm responsible for, I prefer to do the resets myself. If I'm going to be held accountable for it, I want to know that department inside and out.
Admirable. Also, not a bit of arrogance, bitchiness, or "high-and-mighty."

If I could give you the same judgement thingy more than once, I totally would shower you in agreement.

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Jul 28, 2012
 
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Admirable. Also, not a bit of arrogance, bitchiness, or "high-and-mighty."
If I could give you the same judgement thingy more than once, I totally would shower you in agreement.
Assuming you are being sarcastic. How is my comment arrogant, bitchy, or "high-and-mighty"?

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Jul 28, 2012
 
wagmybutt wrote:
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Assuming you are being sarcastic. How is my comment arrogant, bitchy, or "high-and-mighty"?
...I was totally serious.

You said what you preferred, and gave an awesome, logical reason for it. You only talked about yourself, never gave an opinion about other workers who might not care about knowing their departments, or who want to get out of doing resets.

I gave you that (as of now) single green check on your post.

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Jul 28, 2012
 
I am the reset/revision clerk at my store. However, I received no help when I requested assistance with the COS revisions. I finally got done with them Friday, and now the one reset I was looking forward to doing (grocery) has been done by an assistant. It is not up to par with my high standards. I will be plugging away at skincare this coming week (joy).

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Jul 28, 2012
 
JTruant wrote:
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...I was totally serious.
You said what you preferred, and gave an awesome, logical reason for it. You only talked about yourself, never gave an opinion about other workers who might not care about knowing their departments, or who want to get out of doing resets.
I gave you that (as of now) single green check on your post.
Then I sincerely apologize for my assumption. The problem with text is that tone can often be misinterpreted.

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Jul 28, 2012
 

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Oh, I didn't even notice the green check. Oops! Now I really feel like an idiot.

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Jul 28, 2012
 
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Then I sincerely apologize for my assumption. The problem with text is that tone can often be misinterpreted.
No worries. I know that the internet is full of asses, so I understand.

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Jul 29, 2012
 
seinfan01 wrote:
I am the reset/revision clerk at my store. However, I received no help when I requested assistance with the COS revisions. I finally got done with them Friday, and now the one reset I was looking forward to doing (grocery) has been done by an assistant. It is not up to par with my high standards. I will be plugging away at skincare this coming week (joy).
The SBA didn't help with the COS revisions?
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Jul 29, 2012
 

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Mgt is usually responsible for handling the reset revision on non cosm side. Cosm side is done by the cosm. employees
MGTonsauce

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Jul 29, 2012
 
Every store received the hours for the position. However, the majority of stores just use it as standard self serve hours. Every store received 24 hours for the position.
ynot

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#13
Jul 29, 2012
 
Cos employees and SFL's do cos. HPS does most of the grocery/coolers/front wall. Management team does the rest with occasional help from other employees as available.
Altec Lansing

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Jul 29, 2012
 
ynot wrote:
Cos employees and SFL's do cos. HPS does most of the grocery/coolers/front wall. Management team does the rest with occasional help from other employees as available.
I know you mean well but come on! Every store is different depending on it's staff and their individual talent and experience. For the most part, the EXA in most stores is responsible for the cooler reset (SWIS).
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Jul 29, 2012
 
dazed wrote:
So I know the reset/revision position doesn't exist in some stores but does in others. Who usually does the resets/revisions in your store? Do you have a designated reset/revision clerk or do you have more than one person work on them? I'm an SM trying to see what might work best when the new associate codes roll out.
We are a 24 hr store. The overnight SFL does them along with the (former STL) now SFL. Cosmetic person does Cos. So far its working out pretty well.
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Jul 29, 2012
 
Altec Lansing wrote:
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I know you mean well but come on! Every store is different depending on it's staff and their individual talent and experience. For the most part, the EXA in most stores is responsible for the cooler reset (SWIS).
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Responsible as in checking to see that it's finished, yeah. Actually doing the reset, why?
It's not any more difficult than other resets, and it keeps the HPS near his department.
Last few stores I've been in SWIS is some hi-falutin idea, not something actually put into practice. The MGTs at one store had no idea what I was talking about, lol.

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Jul 29, 2012
 
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The SBA didn't help with the COS revisions?
Nope. We have a young girl who assumed the title when the SBA retired. I guess they didn't trust her to do a plano. They actually perferred me to do the COS revisions because "they know I will do them right."
I actually had help on ONE of the revisions by an assistant and the STL. It took them two days to complete the Neutragena. From the looks of it, I could have had it done in four hours or less.
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#18
Jul 29, 2012
 
Cos wall resets are done by all shifts and a combination of MGTs, EXA, and Cos.
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Jul 29, 2012
 
seinfan01 wrote:
I am the reset/revision clerk at my store. However, I received no help when I requested assistance with the COS revisions. I finally got done with them Friday, and now the one reset I was looking forward to doing (grocery) has been done by an assistant. It is not up to par with my high standards. I will be plugging away at skincare this coming week (joy).
Why did they send all those big ones all at once?
Altec Lansing

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Jul 29, 2012
 
top 50 ss seller wrote:
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Why did they send all those big ones all at once?
The reset schedule is decided by the first of the calendar year. By the time a reset comes out it can be very involved (like the grocery one) or not involved at all (like the hand/body lotion one). And actually, that shampoo/cond reset is not all that "big". It pretty much involves getting rid of some items and putting in some new ones and then moving a large portion of a row either left or right. At least you don't have large sections moving to different areas of the department (like the grocery reset).

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