LOUISVILLE Ky. As at most eateries, business at Asiatique Restaurant is down a bit. Yet the bottom line hasn't weighed as heavily on the mind of co-owner Pabs Sembillo nearly as much as the fear that some of his employees might leave.For months his staff of well-trained cooks has logged fewer hours and netted smaller paychecks, leaving some working outside jobs part time to make up the shortfall.So to increase sales and staff hours, Sembillo and co-owner chef Peng Looi created a weekend ...
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