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Operations

Successful with restaurants, a pilot apprenticeship program is now aiming to develop noncom managers

The NRAEF’s initiative is turning 1,000 line-level employees into career-minded leaders

Workforce

Can’t you do better than ‘Help Wanted’?

Old recruitment methods aren’t working. Here are a few new trends in that increasingly taxing endeavor.

The federal agency says it intends to identify safe sources of the produce.

Conceived by college students as part of a worldwide competition, the new initiative uses enterprise to tackle food insecurity.

The food-safety watchdog issued the warning after 32 people were sickened in 11 states from a suspected E. coli contamination.

The strike encompasses workers in the AFSCME 3299 union, including dining hall employees.

Three teams of chefs plus a market basket of ingredients equaled dozens of new recipes.

Nearly 500 meals were given away in just one week.

New research pegs what noncommercial operators’ direct competitor for employees is offering prospective hires.

Operators ranging from Taco Bell to independents are adding new serving sizes to raid the game day football market.

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