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Best practices for improving recruitment, retention and training

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4 ways to win over millennials in the workplace

A new Gallup report shows millennials aren’t engaged in the workplace—and what can be done to get them on board.

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$15 min. wage in Seattle, San Francisco claims first casualties

Larger employers are moving out, while some small businesses like restaurants are deciding now’s the time to throw in the napkin.

Earlier this year, it was reported that McDonald’s was encouraging its franchisees to train workers to be less rude to customers. But several operators we spoke to feel that hiring the right kind of people from the start is the best way to ensure your staff has the gift of customer service.

Challenges will arise from an hourly perspective when a GM needs to step in and work in excess of the agreed-upon hours, Doug McDougall says.

Here's how to create incentives that do the heavy lifting of recruiting.

Here’s how restaurants are working to build healthy cultures in which staff feel comfortable raising their voices.

College operators are trying these tactics to appeal to potential job applicants

Statehouses aren't following the federal government's lead in forgoing new requirements on restaurants.

Restaurant Business asked Amanda Niel, co-owner of Easy Bistro & Bar, and others to share how they manage schedules and sentiment amid the holiday crunch.

Bringing dogs into an operation can bring a little more chaos, noise and cuteness. Here’s how to prepare workers to serve four-legged friends and their humans.

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