BOISE, Idaho -- Albertsons here is trying to energize its human resources. Rather than establish and mandate programs, the chain's HR department is seeking to guide and partner with its associates and to empower them in new ways, Kathy Herbert, executive vice president, human resources, told SN. Among the programs it has initiated are better methods for performance measurement; use of technology to recruit and train employees; development of peer-group mentoring initiatives; increased ...
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