KROGER IS PILOTING AN ELECTRONIC APPLICATION

NEW YORK -- Seeking to improve a high employee turnover rate that cost it $80 million last year, Kroger, Cincinnati, is piloting an electronic application process designed to predict a prospective employee's retention probability, according to company officials.Jim McLaughlin, director, training and organizational development, Kroger, said the retailer is testing a system provided by Unicru, Beaverton,

NEW YORK -- Seeking to improve a high employee turnover rate that cost it $80 million last year, Kroger, Cincinnati, is piloting an electronic application process designed to predict a prospective employee's retention probability, according to company officials.

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