BEDFORD HEIGHTS, Ohio -- Riser Foods here has just launched a training program designed to give the chain a steady supply of bakery employees at all skill levels. Like most retailers, Riser is looking to slow the turnover rate in entry-level positions, but it also faces replacing a number of journeymen bakers when they reach retirement age. Above the entry level, turnover is low. Riser's units are situated in a market area where scratch baking is the norm, even among in-store bakeries, ...

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