Costs tied to staff turnover and training continue to rise, but to keep the expense in check, retailers and wholesalers are turning to more sophisticated hiring technologies and practices. Distributors are embracing automated systems and standardized processes to find -- and keep -- the best employees, especially for entry-level positions. Last month, Hannaford Bros., Scarborough, Maine, was to begin rolling out a computerized applicant screening system to its 118 stores. The program, ...

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