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Clarity helps a multinational retailer emphasize training and development through a half-day training program called “Creative Risk Taking.”
Clarity enabled BJ’s to get employees up to speed with a SAP enterprise reporting project, support employee involvement, and promote new thinking.
Unified Grocers, the largest retailer-owned wholesale grocery cooperative in the western United States, wanted to distribute mission-critical company information online. Management decided to use SharePoint® to implement this strategy.
A FORTUNE® 500 juvenile products retailer needed management training materials specific to the company’s culture.
One of the largest certified organic supermarkets in the United States needed a new training course to cover topics such as union awareness and other fundamental HR issues and policies. The client wanted the content to be delivered using eLearning so that supervisors across the country could complete the training.
CVS pharmacy, a retail drug store chain, needed to train its management on new software. Clarity provided a facilitator experienced with software training and change management initiatives, who delivered a series of three-day classes.
Target, a FORTUNE® 50 retailer, wanted to improve its operations by implementing new conveyer systems in both its import warehouses and distribution centers.
A FORTUNE® 50 drug store chain wanted to sell more products that had a higher price point than existing product lines. To help sell these higher priced product lines, the client requested that Clarity develop a training program for its associates.
A FORTUNE® 50 retailer wanted to increase its management bench strength by increasing its pool of qualified store manager candidates. The client requested assistance with the development of a new training program that would leverage some existing content with a highly interactive format.