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Best practices for improving recruitment, retention and training

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No raise in 2012? Chew on this.

If you didn’t get a raise last year, ask the boss why you were excluded from what People Report says was the vast majority of salaried restaurant employees who got a bump in base pay during 2012. At the very least, it may help your chances in 2013, when salaries are expected by the human-resources research company to rise by an average of 2.7 percent.

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An Obamacare checkup

After more than a year since the Affordable Care Act became enforced, it’s time for an assessment of the weird pain points and miraculous recoveries.

Here are some helpful hints from operators who have cracked the code for successful staff contests.

Millennials will soon be the largest generation in the U.S. workforce, yet businesses have a difficult time hiring and retaining this group.

The company is also giving workers added benefits, and stock, as a result of tax reform.

The parent of Chili's and Maggiano's has made the biggest commitment to date to participate in a new industrywide development program.

Until The Home Depot opened its 500th store, co-founder and then-CEO Bernie Marcus personally trained every manager. “I don’t mean I spent a few hours with them and gave them a speech,” says Marcus, now age 84. “I spent days with them.”

Maintain tipping, or find another model? As the debate continues, restaurateurs leaning either way are encountering new challenges.

A new Fortune ranking lists the 100 best places for millennials to work, a distinction that suggests those standouts have successfully boosted their retention. Here's how Arby's earned a place on the roster.

A new general counsel for the NLRB was confirmed yesterday. Peter Robb is seen as much more balanced on labor issues than his predecessor, Robert Griffin.

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