If you were to ask your employees if there is a difference is between a dollar saved and a dollar earned, most will tell you there is no difference, when, in fact, the difference is huge.
When you save a dollar, you have a dollar. If you sell something for a dollar and your profit is ten cents, then you have to sell $10.00 worth of goods or services to make as much as you did by saving a dollar.
When you share this perspective with your employees, it will help them understand why it is so important to control costs and minimize theft, shrinkage, and damaged goods.
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