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Best practices for improving recruitment, retention and training

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Termination techniques

A termination “shouldn’t have to be all drama where everybody knows about it, and it’s a big scene,” says Katrina Wyand-Yurish, director of human resources for Roy Rogers restaurants. Learn her tips for a professional approach to an unpleasant process.

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Serving up a modern c-suite

No longer do untouchable chiefs sit atop their fiefdoms, gauging their success by the size of their latest capital budget or how often they lunch with the CEO.

For many operators, certain charities are a natural pick because they hit on a personal note. For those less sure, consider these factors.

Outsourcing payroll tasks can save time and money, but there’s a trade-off.

Allowing employees to draw from an account with a debit card is a growing practice among restaurateurs. But there are some do’s and don’ts that converts should consider.

Getting millennial recruits up to snuff means re-evaluating longstanding procedures, such as handbooks and classroom learning, in order to jive with the tendencies and preferences of this always-questioning, tech-dependent demographic.

The National Labor Relations Board is recommending that business owners review their employee handbooks before it lands them in trouble.

“The biggest mistakes I’ve made are people mistakes,” Brolick told Dawn Sweeney, president and CEO of the National Restaurant Association in front of a packed audience at the Restaurant Leadership Conference.

How a friendly neighborhood coffee shop in Idaho took control of its books.

Millennials aren’t afraid to talk to anyone in an organization; they’re driven to achieve; they embrace tech to ease processes.