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A year ago, Northwestern Memorial Hospital decided to replace its cafeteria with a collection of fast-casual and quick-service restaurants.
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We recently hired a transgender employee. As an employer, how do I appropriately accommodate this employee, from locker rooms to preparing my current staff?
06-23-2015 Managing Your Business
An FSD hired a registered dietician to make sure her frontline staff knew enough about what they were serving to answer customers’ questions with confidence.
06-17-2015 Managing Your Business
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06-15-2015 Managing Your Business
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Julie Jones, director of nutrition services at Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center has headed her fair share of projects.
Over the past 23 years, Edward Sirhal has aimed to help the foodservice management company where he began his career, elevate the perception of corporate dining, one client at a time.
Asked to name her greatest achievement, Nona Golledge singles out guiding Kansas University Dining through a university-mandated merger of the residential dining and retail-catering departments.
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