SCARBOROUGH, Maine -- Hannaford Bros. here will begin testing a self-service human-resources system this fall that could ultimately allow the retailer's 25,000 employees to perform some routine functions on their own, such as finding out how many vacation days they have left or entering a change of address. "Our human-resources department is no different than any other in that they spend a great deal of time answering routine questions from employees," said Barbara Metivier, manager of ...

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