Supermarket operators all across the country are feeling the pinch. No, it's not the customer in the produce aisle roughing up a tomato. It's the squeeze of trying to find suitable workers. A myriad of labor problems that include higher turnover rates and applicants who lack the necessary skills are on the menu these days. To combat the problem, supermarket operators are attempting to come up with creative ways to find help. "There is no relief in sight in the short-term. The industry is ...
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