NEW YORK — Retail store managers who are thoroughly trained to understand the impact they can have on profitability can have a lot of influence over the company's performance, according to Deborah Foster, manager of training and development at Kroger's Co.'s Atlanta division. “If you understand your operating statement, and you train and develop your people accordingly, they can help impact the bottom line,” she said during a panel presentation at the National Retail Federation's Big Show ...
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