TIGARD, Ore. — The food industry is becoming more accepting of workers' desire to have a better balance between their work and home lives, executives told an audience of students in the Food Industry Leadership Center at Portland State University. “The industry has changed a lot,” Jeffrey Juckel, district manager for Haggen's, Bellingham, Wash., said here. “Baby Boomers are task-driven, but we understand there is life outside the four walls of a store or office. “You used to have to live ...
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