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Best practices for improving recruitment, retention and training


Restaurants’ sexual harassment problems come to the fore

Here’s how operators can start to fix the issue, which has long plagued the restaurant industry.


Holiday hires expected to cost restaurants 33% more this year

The number of companies that have already started recruiting is double last year’s tally, a new study finds.

The casual-dining superpower says it will focus as much on recruiting and keeping employees as it will on drawing customers.

For operators who are ready to expand their employee training techniques to advance learning outside the classroom, these six innovative tips will get you started.

The answer may prompt employers to consider an alternate way of delivering meeting material, Advice Guy says.

The decision could require restaurants to forego the tip credit for side work and untipped activities.

The Fight for $15 group gathered in 10 cities, and is now offering free legal counsel to workers willing to report sexual harassment on the job.

Little-noticed ripples on the labor front hold profound implications for foodservice employers.

There are two kinds of restaurant back offices—and one is a lot more profitable than the other.

Finding and keeping great employees is a key to success for any business, and the hospitality industry is no exception.

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