"Show me the customers." As the pharmacist shortage continues with no end in sight, the ability to recruit and retain top talent in this area will increasingly depend on quality of life and work environment issues, supermarket pharmacy executives told SN during a recent Food Marketing Institute conference. In the past, hiring new pharmacists in a tight market has been similar to sports free agentry with some retailers even offering signing bonuses and extra vacation time. Salary and ...
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