LENEXA, Kan. — Like many Hy-Vee employees, Nate Stewart first joined the retailer as a high school part-timer. Though not as a cashier, bag boy or stocker. "I mowed the lawns at the corporate headquarters," the 31-year-old store director told SN. From his riding mower, Stewart moved on to positions in warehousing, maintenance and other duties for Hy-Vee. After college and a short career in another industry, Stewart rejoined Hy-Vee five years ago. He managed the perishable department at a ...
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