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Being on the Wet Coast (NW WA), I can make it down to the dryer section of the West Coast more easily than many other locations. Look me up in the workshop sessions and during breaks, if anyone wants chat. I'll try to take notes on new vital take-aways to share, too.

Ann, Please come by our (DBSquared) Exhibit Booth 823 during the conference. It would be a pleasure to meet you in person.

Jim:

Looking forward to connecting again!

Blair:

Will plan to stop by. Would love the chance to meet you as well - appreciate all the thoughtful comments and observations you have shared here!

The key to retail scheduling is that it’s all about your customers. I read a great post about this called “RETAIL SCHEDULING: ALL WORK and SOME PLAY means EVERYBODY WINS! (http://skedx.com/employee-scheduling/retail-scheduling-all-work-and-some-play-means-everybody-wins/) Check it out.

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    Compensation consultant Ann Bares is the Managing Partner of Altura Consulting Group. Ann has more than 20 years of experience consulting with organizations in the areas of compensation and performance management.

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