CHANDLER, Ariz. — Bashas' here said Friday it was reducing its administrative workforce by just over 100 people — less than 1% of the total, the company pointed out — because of such "uncontrollable factors" as the downturn in the economy and the rising costs of food, energy, fuel and health care. Some administrative job functions were consolidated, while other positions less critical to supporting day-to-day operations have been eliminated, the company said. "We're streamlining our ...
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