LAS VEGAS — Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market encourages employees — as part of their basic training — to “choose their attitude” in dealing with difficult situations, Tim Mason, the chain’s chief executive officer, said here last week. Speaking at the annual strategic conference of the California Grocers Association, Mason said the approach Fresh & Easy uses in its training is largely derived from Buddhist meditative practice. “The main goals of the training are to give people the ...

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