Michael Sanson Editor-in-Chief Photograph by Roger Mastroanni A summit of restaurant chain executives met recently in Chicago to discuss a variety of foodservice issues, including the difficulty of finding street-level workers. This industry currently employs about 12.5 million people, but its needs are projected to swell to 14.4 million workers over the next decade. So, as you might expect, there's a war out there for talent. And I use the word "talent" loosely. Sometimes a warm ...
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