DEFIANCE, Ohio — Chief Super Market here plans to install computers dedicated to computer-based training (CBT) in its 12 stores by Nov. 1, said Stephanie Skylar, president and chief executive officer. CBT classes that employees can take on an individual basis on the store computers will begin in January. The initiative is an extension of the retailer's Chief University, an internally developed educational program started in 2009 with such "live" classes as HR/legal ...

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