MINNEAPOLIS — Specialists from supermarkets around the country — and a few from outside the U.S. — gathered here last week to discuss personnel issues at the Food Marketing Institute's Human Resources/Training & Development Conference. “This is an industry that runs on people,” said Michael Sansolo, the former FMI vice president who is now an independent consultant, during a presentation at the conference. “The issue of talent and people recruiting is becoming a top-of-mind issue for ...

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