Seventy percent of operators expect staff size to stay the same during the next two years.
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In this section: Average foodservice employee, staff size, employee challenges, training, retirement, recruiting culinary graduates and younger generation.
B&I and colleges say we’re fine; schools and healthcare show concern.
Seventy-two percent of operators think younger employees lack work ethic of previous generations.
More culinary school grads entering workforce, operators say.
Employee morale and absenteeism are the top personnel issues operators are facing. Schools are the most likely to say they have no employee challenges.
Profile looks at specialized staffing, age breakdowns and full versus part-time staff.
Colleges only market that reports an uptick.
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Salaries have nearly doubled since 1991.
FSD asked operators what their top human resources issues were, and they said absenteeism, motivating employees, improving customer service and providing training on a budget.
Women see more salary change than men.
Salaries grow in 2008 but at a slower pace than previous years.
Men's salaries increased more than women in 2008.
Salaries decreased in 2007.