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Employee recognition is the secret sauce at this Cura Hospitality operation

The South Dakota Human Service Center employs three times as many inmates as Cura staff, but GM Tina Flood tailors the job to the person and celebrates everyone in big and little ways.

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California mandates greater pay transparency from employers

Help wanted ads will be required to include a pay range, and potential hires can't be asked about their past pay levels.

One thousand employees have walked out of all 84 of the facility's foodservice outlets in a push for higher wages, according to their union.

The short answer is no, Advice Guy says, as doing so can have legal ramifications and dent staff morale.

COVID was a catalyst for mental health issues and substance abuse among many close to higher-ed campuses. Here’s how one school is tackling the crisis head on.

Many chefs know how to value their time when negotiating a salary, but when consulting other businesses on new food products or recipe development, things are less clear, Advice Guy says.

The foodservice provider is turning to robots to ease the labor crunch and free up human servers to focus on hospitality.

The small-business survey from Alignable.com also found that 9% of operators are laying off workers because they fear the economy is getting worse.

That higher hourly pay level has become the norm in online job searches, according to an analysis by Indeed.

Aramark was named one of the best places to work when it comes to disability inclusion for the sixth consecutive year by the 2022 Disability Equality Index (DEI). The foodservice provider earned a...

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