MILWAUKEE — While websites like Monster.com and CareerBuilder.com as well as industry-specific job sites are a common source of candidates, some food retailers have begun using another Internet resource to fill store director and middle-management positions. That resource comprises at least two websites that link employers not to job seekers but to recruiting companies — headhunters, in human resources parlance — that provide resumes in response to job openings. One of those sites, ...

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