Throughout the United States and the world, we are experiencing a zenith of public policy activity that has far-reaching consequences for the consumer packaged goods industry and our billions of consumers around the globe.
Two seemingly disparate employment trends converged in 2012, spurring companies to actively recruit skilled labor and workers with management potential while asking their employees to do more with less.
As recession, austerity measures and inflation played havoc with household budgets throughout much of Europe in 2012, individual grocery chains tried various strategies to promote sales and maintain profits.
What's your biggest challenge? Grocery retailers faced a constant barrage of problems in 2012, from managing recalls to increasing profit.
Retail Leader selected four of the most common pain points and asked experts for their advice on how to solve them.