Rates of turnover among chief executives and in such leadership slots as president, chief operating officer and chief financial officer are on the rise in foodservice recently, and the economic environment is getting the blame—and in some cases the credit.An informal study by Nation’s Restaurant News revealed that nearly 40 job actions—hirings, firings, resignations or retirements—have affected “chief”-level executives in just the past six months. Also, Dallas-based People Report, a firm ...

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