COLTON, Calif. — Stater Bros. Markets has seen a drop in its monthly turnover rate since it signed a new labor contract six months ago that eliminated two-tier hiring and provided wage increases, Jack Brown, chairman and chief executive officer, said here last week. “Our objection to the old contract was the high turnover rate it caused at the entry level, where people had to wait 18 months to get any sort of pay increase,” he said. “Stater has traditionally had the lowest turnover rate ...

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