FMI annual convention he number of potential entry-level store employees declining, supermarkets must create their own labor pools, an executive of Finast, Maple Heights, Ohio, said during the Speaks 96 presentation at last week's annual Food Marketing Institute convention here. Henry Edwards, executive vice president of human resources at Finast, a division of Ahold USA, also said supermarkets engaged in downsizing, re-engineering or merging must be more forthcoming with managers about ...

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