CHICAGO — Faced with rising costs for employee health care, supermarkets need to be careful how they handle the increases so they don't alienate workers by passing on costs or cutting benefits. Fred Martels, president of People Solution Strategies, St. Louis, who worked with Food Marketing Institute on a newly released study — “2006-2007 Management Compensation” — told members attending the FMI Show here last week to start thinking strategically when it comes to designing their benefits ...
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