For the most part, supermarkets have had mixed results when it comes to attracting and retaining young workers. However, all is not lost. According to what experts and retailers recently told SN, if supermarket operators can manage to change with the times, better success awaits. "Times are different, attitudes are different," said Larry Nakata, vice president of Town & Country Markets, Bainbridge Island, Wash. "Things are not like they used to be. Now, associates come to work with ...

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