Retailers are boosting their efforts to reduce turnover of store managers by cutting hours, increasing bonuses and providing extra compensation time.
According to a survey conducted by Career Management, an executive recruitment company, 80 percent of retailers said managers average less than 50 work hours a week. This compares with 55 to 60 hours a week in previous years.
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