BOISE, Idaho -- Albertsons here has reportedly decided to switch the majority of its employees in its Dallas-Fort Worth division from full-time to part-time status to cut costs and improve customer service. This move follows a reported drop in sales of 50% at some stores and division losses. Chain officials declined comment on the reports. Albertsons has a workforce of approximately 20,000 in its Dallas-Fort Worth division, all of whom are non-union employees. Industry analysts said the ...

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