NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Even as distribution executives increasingly depend on sophisticated automation and information technology to get products to the right place at the right time, old-fashioned issues of recruiting, hiring and retaining good employees remain pressing problems in the industry. "Labor-pool issues, and getting the most out of the pool you have, are on everyone's mind," said Corwin Karaffa, vice president of distribution at Certified Grocers of California, Los Angeles. "The ...

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