Most managers remember their first day on the job and whether it was a positive or negative experience. The more positive the orientation, the more likely a manager will stay in the job longer than the norm, restaurant operators say.In the battle to retain top managers amid an ongoing war for talent, some operators have revamped their strategies for management orientation programs. A tactic among competing companies is to leave a better first impression in the minds of newly minted managers, ...

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