Television has its fill of shows glamorizing the jobs of cops, lawyers and doctors. But not one involves the routine of a warehouse order picker. In a world awash in the high-profile drama of courtrooms and ER scrubs, the food industry has a problem when it comes to attracting -- and retaining -- a quality workforce. These labor concerns for the retail and wholesale distribution operations were one of the main themes addressed at the recently concluded 2001 Productivity show in Houston. ...

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