The labor shortage gripping the entire information-technology field is putting a premium on qualified personnel in supermarket IT departments. With job opportunities plentiful, IT executives are struggling to find and recruit top people as well as keep the best ones in their organizations. For most wholesalers and retailers, the labor squeeze comes at a particularly bad time -- one when demands for more technology and technical support are multiplying. Some of the many factors contributing ...

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