LANDOVER, Md. -- Having seen substantial savings with computer-based training programs for its cashiers and pharmacy clerks, as well as CBT programs to improve produce identification, Giant Food here is developing a CBT program for new hire orientation. The new CBT program, which will be set up in Giant's employment offices by the end of this year, will make the orientation process more accessible to new hires, thereby allowing them to report to the store sooner. Currently, standard ...
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