While Wegmans is widely known for innovative programs providing opportunities for advancement and knowledge for employees, "diversity" isn't a word the company often uses in discussing them. So on the morning SN arrived at Wegmans' Rochester, N.Y., offices to discuss the retailer's diversity efforts with chief executive Danny Wegman, he gathered other top company officials — his daughter Colleen, the company president, and Jack DePeters, Wegmans' senior vice president of store operations — ...
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