CHICAGO -- The shift to category management at Price Chopper Supermarkets could lead to a fundamental change in how category managers, and eventually other supervisors, are evaluated and compensated at the chain. A plan to reward category managers based on total system performance, rather than just gross margin and sales results, as is common today, is in the early stages of review, said Wayne Barton, director of category management at Price Chopper Supermarkets, Schenectady, N.Y. "Do you ...

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