Computer-based training in supermarkets is on the move, marching past the front end into other key areas of operation. Spurred by success with cashier training, retailers are eager to use computers to better educate all store staff in a wide range of areas including deli operations, safety practices and sexual harassment policies. "We're not stopping with the front end," said John Cox, CBT specialist at Price Chopper Supermarkets, Schenectady, N.Y. "We have a lot of things in the works." ...
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