BOISE, Idaho -- The potential sale of Albertsons here is already having an impact on the industry -- in the form of a surge in the number of the company's senior-level employees who have suddenly made themselves available for hire. Resumes from fearful workers at the nation's No. 2 operator of traditional supermarkets have already begun to pour into the in-boxes of recruiters, an executive at one such job placement firm told SN. Albertsons, which declined to comment to SN for this article, ...
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