DALLAS Management turnover for high-volume, high-end independent restaurants in New York City rose during the quarter ended September 2007, bucking the trend for chain fine-dining places nationwide and the overall industry, according to People Report. But the turnover of hourly workers employed at New York independents fell by 1 percent, compared with an increase for chain fine-dining operations, the research company found.Fifty-three percent of the companies who contribute to People ...

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