DEERFIELD BEACH, Fla. (FNS) -- The vast majority of employees engage in some type of "counterproductive" workplace behavior, said Charles Miller, vice president of loss prevention services at the Food Marketing Institute, Washington. In a survey conducted by FMI, a startling "90% of supermarket employees admitted to some type of counterproductive workplace behavior." The counterproductive behaviors included theft of cash, merchandise or coupons, damaging company property or otherwise ...
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