QUINCY, Ill. -- Niemann Foods here is preparing to expand its computer-based training curriculum following a four-store test that focused on scan speed and accuracy and other front-end tasks. The 23-store chain analyzed point-of-sale data to compare performance levels of traditionally trained staff and those trained on a multimedia interactive computer. Overall, the test group outperformed the control group in several areas, and committed half as many cash-short-and-over errors, for ...

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