DAYTON, Ohio -- Dorothy Lane Market here is leaving its traditional training methods behind this month as it launches automated training through its intranet system. By implementing automated training, the retailer plans to significantly reduce the time required for employee training -- a process that can take up to 18 hours per new employee. "We plan to cut our employee training hours in half once automated training is fully implemented," said Patrick Arnold, webmaster for Dorothy Lane. ...
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