MAULDIN, S.C. -- Bi-Lo here will test a voice-activated automated screening system for job applicants in an effort to streamline the hiring process and attract better qualified employees. In the next few weeks, the retailer will test the system in about 15 stores in Charlotte, N.C., where low unemployment rates make the hiring process especially challenging, said Gary Preston, executive vice president of human resources. If the program proves successful in Charlotte, Bi-Lo intends to ...

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