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Best practices for improving recruitment, retention and training


Long ignored, some restaurants make plans to observe Juneteenth

The holiday, also known as Emancipation Day, celebrates the events of June 19, 1865, in which enslaved people in Texas finally learned they were free.


Supreme Court lets Dreamers keep working, to restaurants’ delight

The decision to halt Trump's unwinding of the DACA program could keep hundreds of thousands of legal foreign-born candidates in the workforce.

The chain is launching a national employee recruitment advertising campaign as it looks to bolster staff.

Covelli Enterprises, the country’s largest Panera franchisee, wrongly excluded assistant managers from overtime protections, the court found.

While no one wants added costs right now, the obligation of operating a safe and compliant restaurant falls on the operator, Advice Guy says.

The 115,000 employees currently furloughed will remain out of work until the fall, according to the innkeeper. It’s now offering U.S. employees an exit deal.

Chains are establishing new roles and responsibilities as dining rooms reopen.

COVID-19 has elevated stress and anxiety levels among owners, employees and customers. Here’s how operators are coping.

Restaurants may be less busy than they've ever been, but the same can't be said for labor advocates.

Restaurants are able to reopen efficiently and without the cost of retraining or recruiting, executives told investors Friday morning.

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