UNITED NATURAL FOODS INC. IS SEEKING TO make its distribution facilities more efficient in two ways: by installing labor-management initiatives at all warehouses, then by developing engineered labor standards for each one. “The combination of labor management and engineered labor standards are the biggest drivers to significantly increase our warehouse productivity,” Steven L. Spinner, president and chief executive officer of the Providence, R.I.-based wholesaler, told SN. “Labor ...

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