CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Today's supermarket workplace has become one of the most likely places to find four generations working of people working together, and it's important for retailer management to be sensitive to the experiences and viewpoints of each, according to an employment trends consultant who spoke here at Super Floral 2000. "Retirees are bagging groceries to avoid being completely retired, and Gen Yers are working part-time after school to earn money," noted Judy Marston, president ...
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