SAN FRANCISCO â€”The restaurant industry is approaching racial, ethnic and gender parity to national demographics in the makeup of its hourly workforce, but it has yet to bridge the diversity gap at the management level and in reaching minority customers, experts told foodservice leaders this month. Speakers at the sixth annual conference of the Multicultural Foodservice & Hospitality Alliance, held here at the Palace Hotel, focused on the disparity in minority ...
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