HONG KONG -- IGA is using employee training programs to boost productivity and profitability in the Pacific Rim, company officials said in presentations last week at the Food Marketing Institute's AsiaMart '96 here. Through its training arm, IGA University in Singapore, the Chicago-based independent supermarket network has developed a series of programs to tackle some management problems cropping up in the Far East, notably increased wage costs and personnel shortages linked to rapid ...

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