Best practices for improving recruitment, retention and training


Jersey Mike’s settles ‘no-poaching’ lawsuit for $150K

Washington’s attorney general said the deal marks the 67th time a franchisor has agreed to drop a prohibition against intra-chain hiring.


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Many young people prefer to bolster their resumes through community service or internships rather than earn spending money from a summer or weekend job. And hiring immigrants carries its own set of challenges.

The authorities say the hotel kitchen worker was upset about employment “issues.”

Letting it go unaddressed implicitly endorses the theft and damages the operation, Advice Guy says.

The SEIU wants McDonald’s, Wendy’s and Burger King to be summoned to the negotiating table.

New Jersey stiffens penalties for employers, new overtime rules are percolating on several fronts, New Mexico operators fight paid sick leave in controversial fashion and Washington keeps up the pressure on anti-poaching policies.

Yes, but operators should take stock of the kind of side work they're expecting, Advice Guy says.

The company awarded an extra week’s pay to 2,600 employees under its new program, and it says the effort is decreasing turnover.

The virtual kitchen operator is hosting two-day culinary boot camps to train—and in many cases hire—new employees.

The labor shortage remains a major challenge for even the most successful operations.

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