COLTON, Calif. — Stater Bros. Markets here is anticipating improved employee productivity once it begins moving people into its new offices in San Bernardino next month, Jack Brown, chairman and chief executive officer, told investors during a conference call yesterday to discuss financial results for the third quarter ended June 24. Reflecting on the reportedly positive attitudes of Stater employees as the Sept. 8 move-in date draws closer, Brown said, “If we can get 5% more productivity ...

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