CHICAGO -- Frequent shelf resets and store remodels -- coupled with limited labor to execute them -- have created disorganization in supermarkets around the country. And the time has come to improve the situation, says a new study from the Association of Sales and Marketing Cos. The study, titled "Getting It Right at Retail: Understanding the Costs and Activities Needed to Improve In-store Conditions," documents a significant increase in the demand for retail work because of resets, ...
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