BOCA RATON, Fla -- Supermarkets and other industries need to create "career ladders" if they are to retain employees at a time of high turnover, according to Robert Reich, the former Secretary of Labor in the Clinton Administration. Reich, speaking here to an audience of food industry executives, said economic trends are putting a squeeze on labor that hasn't been seen in many years. "There's a tight labor market and pressure is building on wages, which is leading to turnover problems for ...

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