LAKELAND, Fla. — Paychecks for hourly employees of Publix Super Markets here have begun to reflect the workers' efficacy, and not necessarily their longevity. The decision to bring the “pay for performance” trend to hourly supermarket workers is paying dividends for the retailer, Publix spokeswoman Maria Brous told SN last week. “Our goal is strictly to reinforce positive behavior, enhance the shopping experience and provide good service,” Brous said. “We want to reward associates who go ...

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