Supermarket executives no longer need to be convinced that employee hiring and retention are among the most important issues facing this industry. inesses. The question is no longer if there is a problem, but what to do about it? Industry associations have unveiled numerous solutions and many companies are visiting university food marketing programs to convince students that a retail career is an attractive option. Still other companies are seeking to connect with high schools and their ...

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