LAS VEGAS — Human resources executives responsible for hiring personnel need to determine if candidates will fit into the corporate cultures of their companies as much as whether they can do the job, according to speakers at a workshop during the National Grocers Association’s annual convention here. “We hire for attitude more so than aptitude,” Angie Dreifuerst, human resources and benefits coordinator for Trig’s, Stevens Point, Wis., said. “We can ...
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