Julianne Pepitone

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Foodservice Operation of the Month

Offering incentives that truly inspire staffers

Centra Health taps into what workers really want—and carefully implements a variety of incentives for different scenarios.

Foodservice Operation of the Month

Centra Health: Where caregivers are well cared for

While the healthcare system isn’t immune to the industry's staffing issues, leaders feel its reputation for tending to others attracts applicants and encourages them to stay.

On this episode of “Dig In,” hear how the dining team at Seattle Public Schools has found ways to educate kids about diversity through food.

See what’s in store for Smith’s district, which was named FSD’s October Foodservice Operation of the Month.

The key to success is going beyond a surface-level connection with individuals and community groups, Seattle Public Schools found.

Plans to roll out five distinct menus were put on hold during the pandemic, but the dining team still found ways to celebrate the district's cultural diversity.

On the latest episode of “Dig In,” hear how the University of Richmond’s dining team helps students tend to their physical, emotional and nutritional needs.

See what’s in store for Baker’s operation, which was named FSD’s September Foodservice Operation of the Month.

The University of Richmond revisited a few longtime stations and found small tweaks that can make a big impact.

At the University of Richmond, wellness takes many forms, with culinary and nutrition education as a key piece.

On this episode of "Dig In," Todd Hollander of John Knox Village shares how a culture centered on teamwork has helped his operation weather the COVID storm.

See what’s in store for Hollander’s operation, which was named FSD’s August Foodservice Operation of the Month.

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