We are in a unique time that this nation and the world has never seen in our lifetime. Government dictates of closing business, churches and social gatherings. Fear of personal safety. Staying in your own home and not even attending family BBQ’s or our normal family gatherings.
Accelerated by COVID-19, online ordering is a critical way for businesses like yours to meet customer needs. Do you have an online ordering solution that allows you to bypass third-party fees, control your brand (and more importantly, consumer) experience, and stay connected with customers off-premise?
COVID-19 changed the workplace forever. You’ve had to react quickly and find creative ways to carry on with business — especially when it comes to hiring.
To help you handle it all, take a look at LinkedIn’s new Future of Recruiting: Asia-Pacific report. Learn about the biggest changes happening now, predictions on what the future holds, and words of wisdom from talent leaders around the world.
78% of talent professionals in the Asia-Pacific region say virtual recruiting will outlast COVID-19.
The way you recruit changed overnight. With constantly shifting business needs and fewer resources, you moved your company through historical challenges and started to rethink your approach to recruiting from the ground up.
To help you thrive in this new environment, we surveyed thousands of your peers, interviewed recruiting leaders across the globe, and analysed exclusive LinkedIn data.
Read on this article to discover:
Why tapping into internal talent pools is vital
How recruiters can play a leading role in diversity
What recruiting skills will matter the most in the future
Be prepared to navigate this new world of recruiting.
The holiday season typically brings the biggest sales—and corresponding returns—for retailers. With this year’s exponential growth of eCommerce and uncertainties over in-store shopping due to the sharply rising number of COVID-19 cases, our data shows that 80% of holiday shopping will be done online.
With this year’s rapid acceleration of eCommerce and the quickly rising number of COVID-19 cases this fall, our data shows that 80% of holiday shopping will be done online. And with eCommerce returns rates at nearly 3x that of in-store purchases, retailers will potentially face more returns than ever before. This article reveals more findings from our recent survey of over 2000 US consumers, and understand how, when, and in what amount your customers plan on returning holiday purchases.
In this article, Optoro discusses the results of a survey of over 2000 US consumers to understand how they plan on shopping for and returning holiday purchases. In it, you’ll learn:
The rate of returns retailers might expect, and when to expect them.
The methods in which consumers now prefer to return items
How retailers can meet consumers’ changing expectations this holiday season
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