CHICAGO -- Supermarkets have to do a better job selling themselves to America's youth not just as places to shop but also as places to work, according to the Food Marketing Institute Speaks session at last week's FMI annual convention here. The problem supermarket companies face in finding employees in this time of dramatically low unemployment was described by Michael Sansolo, FMI senior vice president. "It's getting harder and harder to find anyone, let alone good people, which is what ...
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