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How restaurants should deal with the threat of an active shooter

An organization of security and loss-prevention experts offers recommendations for how to better protect customers, employees and the business.


Restaurant industry wins funding for developing an alternative labor pool

A federal grant of $4.5 million will be used by the NRAEF to prepare current and former prison inmates for restaurant jobs.

General managers and executive kitchen managers can get free BMW leases for three years based on their ability to develop employees.

Could bring-your-own-device policies help workforce woes?

In an industry notorious for its turnover, crafting the right culture can attract top talent, while engaging your employees will encourage them to stay.

Employees could only be discharged for what arbitrators adjudge to be “just cause.”

The hiring came as the overall job market appears to be accelerating.

A coalition is making a stand in New York, arguing that New York City’s version of advance scheduling requirements are illegal.

Employees with dual roles can help address the shortage of skilled workers.

But the slight deceleration won’t be enough to knock retention off the top of most operators’ worry lists, says People Report.

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