WATERTOWN, Ohio — Kroger laid off 93 part-time pharmacists at stores in the Columbus division here, according to a report in The Columbus Dispatch. The layoffs were attributed to the struggling economy and increased competition. Amy McCormick, a Kroger spokeswoman, said there were 340 full-time pharmacists servicing the Columbus market and the part-time workers were laid off with the possibility of being called back to work. McCormick could not be reached for further comment. Read More of ...

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