ARLINGTON, Va. — Employees at independent supermarkets received pay increases in the median range of 3% during 2011, according to a new study by the National Grocers Association here and FMS Solutions, Baltimore. The study also found that 98.7% of the companies surveyed provide at least one health plan, with PPOs the most common option — offered by 60.7%. According to the study, 67.2% of companies surveyed offer dental insurance; 92.7% offer retirement-plan options; and 40.3% ...

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