PHILADELPHIA -- Getting young workers to do a good job is the retailer's responsibility, Norine Larson told seminar attendees at the Retailer's Bakery Association convention here last month. Larson, who is a former teacher, corporate trainer and author, offered specific advice on how to increase the productivity of young part-time workers. "I keep hearing retailers say that our young people have no work ethic, but they're not doing anything to teach them how to be better workers," she said. ...

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