CRANSTON R.I. —After 11 years of arguing the business case for diversity in the industry, the Multicultural Foodservice & Hospitality Alliance is changing its strategy to give more attention to the workforce needs of restaurants and hotels. “We’ve always focused on and promoted a more broad approach to diversity management, but as we started to talk to people about what they wanted to see, the talent piece just kept bubbling to the top,” ...

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