NEW YORK -- Concerns about employee turnover and on-the-job safety have spurred supermarkets to develop comprehensive warehouse training programs, designed to retain safe, efficient employees. Retailers that have implemented warehouse training programs report fewer injuries and better employee retention. These retailers also agree that well-trained employees are happier employees. In the physically demanding warehouse environment, some retailers use prehire screening to determine a ...

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