With industry turnover down and job applications up, restaurant operators are being choosier in their hiring decisions. Many companies have been using behavioral screening to find those candidates with personalities compatible with hospitality and service, but another attribute to look for in a potential employee is entrepreneurship, said Jeffery Elsworth, a 20-year industry veteran. Elsworth started out as a dishwasher and is now an associate professor of hospitality and business ...
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