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Workforce

Chili's to offer restaurant training to military members

It will be the first restaurant company to take part in SkillBridge, a program backed by the Department of Defense and the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation.

Leadership

Wyman Roberts’ career in food has been all about people

The outgoing CEO of Brinker International reflects on his impact over 17 years at the Chili’s and Maggiano’s parent.

Spouses, domestic partners and children of Brinker managers can get free GED and associate's degree training and more through the Best You EDU program.

Executive Decisions Group will look to help the chain return to growth after it emerged from bankruptcy earlier this year.

Its delivery-only concepts are generating the sales equivalent of five restaurants, according to CEO Craig Barber.

On-premise visits have returned to 2019 levels, and executives believe there’s room for more.

Parent company Brinker’s stock price plunged Wednesday as costs increase and margins thin despite higher prices. The company is looking at ways to improve efficiency.

Dine Brands is investing in handheld server tablets and exploring robots to help ease a nagging staffing shortage.

A new, more profitable prototype could help the chain add 75 to 100 stores in the U.S., executives said.

Customers can earn points, or “jacks,” with every dollar spent and exchange them for a variety of rewards.

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