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

The foodservice industry lost 5.5 million jobs last month

New federal employment figures show further fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic.


Helping workers feel appreciated during unprecedented times

Keeping staff engaged, especially when they’re furloughed, can be a particular challenge.

Invoking the Defense Production Act, the president signed an executive order to keep meat processing facilities open during the pandemic.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Rep. Ro Khanna urge Congress to offer protections for front-line employees, including foodservice workers.

Colleges are highlighting familiar faces and favorite recipes to keep students engaged with foodservice even after returning home.

The supermarket chain invites jobless foodservice staff to join its teams.

The insurance provider has teamed up with a local organization to help prepare meals for area seniors.

New federal data shows the industry accounted for more than half of all job losses last month, though the numbers don't reflect late-month layoffs.

As operators struggle to find labor, fill open positions and reduce turnover, a few strategies can help streamline processes to make up for this shortage.

Here are some guidelines to keep in mind, says a law firm specializing in employment issues.

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