Thread regarding Hy-Vee layoffs

We need to get back to our core business

I'm not saying we don't need to be innovative or adapt to a changing business environment, but we need to move in a direction closer to our core business of selling food and highly consumable household good first and foremost. Trying to sell high end merchandise while at the same time cutting the hours of those who need to be on the floor to sell the merchandise is a sure recipe for disaster. Example, the store I work at sells high end HBC items, cosmetics, soaps, exotic oils, etc. and yet does not staff the area except for someone replenishing the shelves in the early AM. We also have a large DSW shoe department that is rarely staffed at all. The result?
Thousands upon thousands in theft. Let's move back a couple of notches to our roots. We cannot and should not attempt to be everything to everybody.

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The first store sold overalls, boots, work gloves, kerosene, etc. As well as a small selection of groceries.

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HyVee is cash poor because of all of Randy’s poor ideas. The only thing that saved HyVee was Covid. Now that Covid is over you are seeing that the cash flow has stopped.

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Nash_ Finch eagles poor ceo and of course sears. Same pattern same result. I getting out sooner than later this time

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