ORLANDO, Fla. -- Dealing with 120,000 associates and the high turnover rate in the supermarket industry, Publix Super Markets is turning to a Web-based human resources system that will give managers faster access to employee information. The "manager self-service" system, from Newtown Square, Pa.-based SAP America, "will reduce costs and standardize [HR] processes," Terry Walden, business/IT manager for Publix, Lakeland, Fla., told an audience at SAP's Sapphire 2002 e-business conference in ...
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