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Lidl Bumps Starting Pay for Best Market Workers to $15

The hard discounter previously pegged a $14-per-hour starting wage for workers switching to the Lidl brand.

Fresh Food

People, Not Just Products, Help Our Industry Grow

The tight labor market requires a proactive approach from operators to tell existing associates and job seekers about the food industry’s many rich and rewarding career paths.

The New England retailer's alliance with Champlain College offers employees 60 degree and certificate programs at a reduced rate.

Joining a surge of worker unrest against the wholesaler, 150 drivers and warehouse workers in Local 662 authorized a strike, which the wholesaler said would not be "in anyone’s best interest."

Grocery workers in Southern California plan to take their case directly to shoppers as contract negotiations continue with little progress.

The retailer is still fighting to win back customers lost to the Stop & Shop strike, but results highlight sales momentum elsewhere.

The 30-year HR veteran eyes developing the "best workforce in the industry"; Gineal Davidson appointed Portland division president.

The retailer’s new office space will bolster its ongoing digital transformation.

Badger, AT&T say an ongoing 5G network test portends dramatic opportunities to improve in-store performance and data.

Pilot is one of several related investments the retailer is making to enhance its digital offerings in its native Lone Star State.

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