Coping with problem employees

Here are 6 questions you might want to ask when you're looking to get a poorly performing staffer back in line—or maybe just out the door.


Global cooking meets traditional American fare

Offering a mix of innovative global cooking and traditional American fare is essential for Jennifer Cleveland and Eric Heath, co-owners of Cleveland-Heath, a creative comfort-food restaurant in Edwardsville, Ill. “We have old-school diners who love meat and potatoes and large entrées and other people who follow the food movement and go for small plates,” says Heath. “We really want to please them both.”

Soups can capture the flavor of a restaurant in just one bowl. These signature winter warmers not only stimulate taste buds, they provide a blast of nutrition with every spoonful.

Thirty-five restaurants in 10 U.S. cities have been selected as the places where customers are most likely to be told, “Take it or leave it.”

In a statement released today, the company said the move is intended to improve the company's product mix by reducing commodity production and to...

Business groups are bracing for an onslaught of regulations, with the Obama administration bent on completing a host of the president’s unfinished policy goals and the midterm elections now in the rearview mirror.

The White House BlogThe Response to the Oil Spill: 5/1/10Posted by Robert Gibbs on May 01, 2010 at 02:55 PM EDTThe response to the BP Oil Spill began as an...

Protesting today along with restaurant employees are clergymen, Walmart workers and politicians.

U.S. consumers appear to have "shrugged off" Canada's "mad cow scare," according to Reuters. Early Memorial Day weekend results indicate that consumers made...

San Francisco, CA (July 15, 2010 - Vocus)—As part of its ongoing commitment to conservation, U.S. Foodservice-San Francisco purchased 40 methanol fuel...

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