DALLAS — The supermarket industry needs to do a better job of presenting its image to potential employers, according to several speakers at the Food Marketing Institute's Future Connect leadership development conference here last week. “Now more than ever, we must leverage the supermarket's reputation as a reliable, steady employer that is expected to be around for the long term,” said Leslie G. Sarasin, president and chief executive officer, FMI, during the annual Speaks presentation last ...

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