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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.

PFG Reports Net Sales Increase of 15% in 1st Quarter

RICHMOND, VA - Performance Food Group reported today that sales for its first quarter that ended April 3 grew to $1.5 billion, up 15% from $1.3 billion in...

Restaurants turn to clothing designers to create their staff uniforms. Image-conscious operators say it's a way to integrate the food, décor and dress into one polished package that attracts trendsetting diners. As an added perk, staff members are loving the look.

Today’s high-tech software and supporting systems can streamline management functions, ensure consistency in multi-unit restaurants and improve unit level and company profits.

Under the law, sexual harassment includes any unwelcome sexual advance or conduct on the job that creates an intimidating, hostile, or offensive working...

High tech stuff you can use right now to ease your workforce woes.

Make sure you get all the background information you can on potential employees. Use this form to request references.

Modeled after popular Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) programs, in which consumers buy shares of local farmers’ harvests in advance and get weekly...

Recruiting and hiring may not have been priorities last year, but if predictions for a sustained economic recovery bear fruit, the collective “help wanted” sign could go up again this year. In fact, smart companies never stop hiring and even during the downturn have been strategically working to improve their odds of luring the best candidates from a labor market that, at least for now, more resembles an ocean than a pool.

It’s not like restaurants haven’t wanted to grow over the last year. It’s just nobody wants to lend the money for it.

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