A flounce of daffodils, a handful of tulips, a dozen roses, a pot of daisies -- a good supermarket floral department can have it all when it comes to products. But the problem is a supermarket floral department can lose it all, too, if what is missing is a well-trained staff. Because of this, floral departments across the country are looking for training programs that will help them better deal with the challenge of product perishability and shrink at the store level. "Training is one of ...
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