RALPHS SUSPENDS REGIONAL MANAGERS IN HIRING PROBE a division of Kroger, Cincinnati, has reportedly put five regional supervisors on administrative leave with pay, pending the conclusion of an ongoing investigation into alleged illegal hiring practices during the 141-day strike-lockout in Southern California that ended in March. Ralphs officials declined comment on the reports. However, industry sources told SN the five employees had been suspended for their roles in allegedly hiring ...

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