Employee productivity has never been more important than it is now for restaurant operators squeezed by high food and labor costs and tight credit. Besides proper training and efficient scheduling, another way to increase employee productivity is to help workers become or stay healthy, says fitness expert Ilene Gershberg, founder of Ilene on Health LLC in Palm Harbor, Fla. She consults with corporate executives, making a case for businesses’ roles in helping maintain workers’ ...

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