NEW ORLEANS -- Finding -- and keeping -- qualified employees represents an enormous challenge for produce executives, according to a new study released during the Produce Marketing Association's Fresh Summit '98 convention here last week. ypes of produce executives conducted by the Cornell University Food Industry Management Program exclusively for the PMA, based in Newark, Del. In questioning respondents about the state of human resources, the executives acknowledged that the subject must ...
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