Effective strategies for managing staff, hiring, training, retention and more.

5 things the future workforce wants from their employers

Three graduating students from The Ohio State University’s Hospitality Management Program shared what they look for in a job during a panel at this year’s MenuDirections conference.


Working from home may make it harder to choose healthy foods

Remote employees report snacking twice as often as those going into a workplace, according to a recent survey.

No one likes unexpected costs, Advice Guy says, but this one is modest and important.

It can be tough to predict how someone will perform on the job from an interview, Advice Guy says, but the more practical your questions are, the better.

Making a bad hiring decision doesn't get you out of paying for training, Advice Guy says.

Faced with persistent labor challenges, operators continue to come up with new ways to fight short-staffed teams.

While this likely aims to show that your workplace is positive and inclusive, interview questions in general should be related to a candidate’s ability to do the job, Advice Guy says.

Check out how the nutrition team at Cobb County School District updated its recruitment efforts, as shared during the SNA’s Annual National Conference.

The foodservice provider earned a score of 100 on the Disability Equality Index, a benchmarking tool that aids companies in achieving disability inclusion and equality.

The company is reorganizing after falling behind its competitors, and said it would unveil a new strategy soon.

  • Page 2