Managing Your Business

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Employees don’t like surprises, so some operators are developing transparent interview processes to help curb turnover.

Six ways operators are making dining services an attractive place for students to work.

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Some operators have rewritten staff integration strategies to make a positive first impression in a job-seekers market.

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Technomic's recent Healthy Eating Consumer Trend Report found that consumers are more willing.
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Sometimes it pays to find a local chef partner who can lend some expertise to a special project. But the trick is in finding the right person—and knowing how it will affect your operations.

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Food safety can be a lot to handle, requiring plenty of paperwork and diligence to ensure a kitchen.
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A recent study reports that employees at high-trust companies experience 74% less stress, 106% more.
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When it comes to staffing, no one person can make or break your day more than the administrative assistant. Here are qualities to look for—and avoid—when hiring.

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Speaking in front of a group of people is enough to make some FSDs freeze up. Instead of letting nerves stand in the way, soak up these tips from seasoned speakers.

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Fairfax County Public Schools has turned its nutrition program around by first challenging stereotypes. 

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