The recession has pushed restaurant management into survival mode, and now itâ€™s time to think about strategies to effectively emerge from the slowest period while still optimizing resources. By thinking strategically and investing in improvements to workforce management, restaurant executives can strengthen their current finances and be better prepared to profitably handle the enhanced demand once the economy improves. To put it briefly, restaurants have a choice right now: Either limp out ...
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