One of the more problematic aspects of store management arises when older managers are called upon to supervise cadres of younger workers. The situation is particularly acute in food retailing since many stores use numerous teenage workers. It sometimes happens that store and departmental managers become discouraged by working with young workers, not only because they can be difficult, but because the turn rate is so high it starts to take on the aspect of a Sisyphean task. But there's no ...

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