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Understanding the argument over tip sharing

A proposal to allow tip sharing between front- and back-of-house employees has touched off a firestorm. Here is what the two sides are saying about the plan, which is awaiting action from the Department of Labor.

A cheatsheet on how to motivate your employees

Wouldn't it be helpful to have a list of techniques to keep your employees happy? Well, here are a few techniques you might find especially helpful.

In an ideal world, we would never have to go through the process of hiring a manager. Our star team members would be promoted from within, eventually become a partner, and then buy us out when we're ready to retire in style at the ripe old age of 55.

During my time as Chairman of the National Restaurant Association, I worked - and continue to work - in fulfilling the platform I outlined: Raising the bar...

Not so long ago, only a restaurant chain with the heft of a McDonald's or an Applebee's or a Red Lobster could get a major food manufacturer to produce...

Newly promoted senior vice president of government relations, Jon Eisen, would be the first to admit that in unison with elaborating at length why his...

"Distributors are knowledgeable consultants, capable of offering cost-cutting suggestions in many areas," says David Ingersoll, the director of sales...

The appeal of the buffet is pretty obvious. They provide guests an opportunity to sample new and innovative items and to choose those which tempt their palate; most guests enjoy the adventure of discovering new delicacies without having to pay for a whole portion.

Putting a termination notice in writing goes hand in hand with documenting problems with an employee along the way. Here’s a boilerplate notice.

According to a release issued by the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Murphy specifically names No. 2 distributor U.S. Foodservice (USF) as an example...

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