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Best practices for improving recruitment, retention and training


The pandemic pushed hospitality workers to make a switch

Layoffs and uncertainty in the restaurant industry drove managers, chefs, bartenders and servers to pursue other lines of work. For some, it’s been a rewarding move.


Restaurants that emphasize culture are winning the labor war

How MOD Pizza, Jersey Mike’s and others developed a proposition based on people.

Paid time off, retirement, tuition and childcare are all more common now than they were before the pandemic as companies look to remain competitive.

Restaurants and other employers can deny the exceptions in instances of "undue burden."

Restaurant concepts that operated 24 hours a day are having to temper that distinction because they can’t hire enough late-night staff.

Workers are being shifted from the digital kitchen to the front line in short-staffed stores, forcing the fast casual to “throttle” digital orders during peak times.

The 16-unit fast casual is now offering $50 referral bonuses to diners who send new hires to the chain.

In this webinar on Oct. 28, Steritech's Chris Boyles and Paula Herald will walk through strategies for measuring performance and practical advice for implementing them.

The chain is offering employees more than $5,000 in annual reimbursements as it ramps up hiring efforts.

Employees have complained via social media that the shorts reveal too much and give them a nonstop wedgie

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