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Danny Meyer’s other new plan

career stairs ladder

Simultaneous with the elimination of tipping, Union Square Hospitality Group is adopting a program to encourage staff to pursue a career in the business.

The initiative will set a career ladder for dining-room employees, with explicit indications of what skills are needed to climb to the next rung, explained Chief Culture Officer Erin Moran. Also spelled out will be the base compensation for each tier.

The set-up will presumably help USHG promote from within when it fills the management posts at new restaurants. 

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