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The effort is aimed at prospective crew hires with ambitions of owning a store someday.
The coffee giant will tie executive pay to diversity targets and says that 30% of its corporate staff at all levels will come from diverse groups.
Just ask P.F. Chang's, says RB's Reality Check.
A union says at least 2,500 of its members will be among them.
Included were 225 Darden employees who opted for early retirement and former COO Dave George, whose departure was described as an “involuntary separation.”
The chain joins several others in encouraging employees to vote in the upcoming presidential election.
The struggling food-and-games chain has recently filed notices of mass layoffs in seven states.
The job losses are occurring at the hotel company’s corporate headquarters.
The Chicago-based multi-concept operator, known for partnering with chefs like Stephanie Izard and Giuseppi Tentori, filed notice that it will begin mass COVID-related layoffs starting September 20.
From bonuses to custom-created sandwiches, restaurant chains around the country are trying to keep their valuable resources in-house during a stressful time.
These emerging chains are the growth vehicles to watch—the ones poised to be major industry players in the coming years.
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