EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Sharing detailed information with employees about the performance of the business they work for is an important empowerment tool, Joseph Colalillo, chairman and chief executive officer, Wakefern Food Corp., told attendees at a dinner at the Sheraton Meadowland Hotel here last month hosted by the Network of Executive Women. “I share all our financials with the people in the stores,” said Colalillo, speaking about his role as the owner of three-store ShopRite of ...

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