MIAMI -- The supermarket industry needs to re-think its traditional methods of training and education, especially with respect to the generation of workers now entering the market, said Paul Anderson, director, Supervalu University, Eden Prairie, Minn., speaking at the Food Marketing Institute's Distribution Conference here last month. "We are going to have to start taking this people thing seriously," he said. "Most of our organizations don't change the way we do things until we feel a ...

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