MINNESOTA — Training needs to reflect strategies for individual departments and categories as well as individual retail locations, a speaker at the Food Marketing Institute Human Resources/Training and Development Conference here said yesterday. “We need to develop training programs by market, by department and by category,” said Christine Walsh, director of Supervalu University, a training program for retail customers of Supervalu’s distribution arm. While store employees need to be trained ...

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