The news that the unemployment rate in the United States crested 10% in October sent chills through the supermarket industry, as food retailers ponder the implications for their cash registers. The flip side of that statistic, however, is that supermarkets are not having much problem finding people to operate those registers — or to fill any other jobs throughout the employment hierarchy, for that matter. “The industry has never had a better opportunity to recruit and retain the best ...

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