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New female CEO pledges to rebuild trust as partners sever ties with Besh Restaurant Group
Famed chef and restaurateur John Besh stepped down as CEO of the multiconcept restaurant group he co-owns on Monday following reports by the New Orleans Times-Picayune alleging … Continue reading
Operators train staff to raise awareness around sexual harassment and assault
Efforts to enlist bar and restaurant employees to help prevent sexual harassment and assault are gaining momentum around the country.
Training programs such as those administered by Washington, D.C.-based Safe Bars … Continue reading
RestaurantOwner.com released the results of their 2017 Independent Restaurant Recruiting Survey. The report summarizes input gathered from over 400 independent restaurant owners and operators regarding their proven recruiting practices.
A copy of the report is available at: https://www.restaurantowner.com/Recruiting2017/.
The days of the … Continue reading
By Mona Bushnell
Three-fourths of all restaurant employees steal, but you can stop it from happening in your restaurant.
The National Restaurant Association estimates that internal employee theft is responsible for 75 percent of inventory shortages and about 4 percent of restaurant … Continue reading
Chefs share insights from increasingly common trademark disputes
When chef Waldy Malouf opened Waldy’s Wood Fired Pizza & Penne in New York City, in 2006, he decided to name the restaurant after himself, as many rising chefs do.
“I foolishly named it … Continue reading
[Source: Restaurant Review]
Operators share why they chose to ditch the cash for a plastic-only operation
Credit and debit cards have been America’s preferred methods of payment for years. But recently, mobile payments and credit card perks have boosted cashless spending even … Continue reading
(Originally posted on RestaurantHospitality.com)
The Willows Inn will pay more than $149K after an investigation into a stage program
A recent U.S. Department of Labor crackdown on an unpaid internship program at a Seattle-area restaurant is a cautionary tale for the industry.
The … Continue reading